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Yet Another Router Table Project #1: Another Router Table

03-15-2008 09:53 AM by ww_kayak | 8 comments »

Well I figure I’ll introduce myself by sharing a new series to document my latest project… yet another router table ;). This one is… well, will be, a cross between Norm’s, chazmonro's here at Lumberjocks, and jasnance's over at Flicker. I liked the idea of trying a torsion box. I also like the idea of a vertical drawer to hang wrenches, inserts, and such. Yes I’m a newb (albeit and old newb), so if anyone sees any errors, or has any suggestions I’d apprec...

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Router table

01-25-2008 08:24 PM by aaronmolloy | 4 comments »

I’am currently working on a small router table stand for my router table to sit on as i have a small router table and want to bring it up to around waist height , it is being made from MDF and i have seen MDF sealers should I use this to seal the MDF or should I use varnish I will post some pictures up on my page in the upcoming days

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First Shop #8: Router Table!

01-13-2008 07:08 PM by YooperCasey | 2 comments »

I spent last evening making myself a router table! This is my first “major” project that is beyond anything small and simple. I had nothing but a circular saw, corded drill and hand tools to make it with and I am pretty happy with how it turned out. When I started I was stuck with a bit of a problem. I have no sawhorses or any other way to handle large stock such as 2X4s. I had to balance them on a small tool box and a beer cooler! To make sure the cuts were straight I c...

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My New Router Table #8: A Proud Moment

12-04-2007 03:07 AM by Blake | 24 comments »

So, No more messin’ around! Its time to cut the hole! With my template all biscuited and glued up, I shaved off the other half of the biscuits and sanded everything flat. With a little sanding and shaving off the inside I got the router plate to fit perfectly inside. So I decided to use my fabricated router plate template to make a one-piece template. This way I could also test the accuracy of it. So I sandwiched together the template, one solid piece of plywood which would be the...

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My New Router Table #7: Tedious details... Gettin' there

12-02-2007 03:57 AM by Blake | 12 comments »

Here’s what I have accomplished in the past week or so… Drawers:So last time I talked about my drawer construction and my not-so-orthodox method of “biscuit-slotting” them together (the “don’t try this at home, kids” method). I got scolded for that a little, and for good reason. It probably wouldn’t have lasted as long. So I ended up just shooting them full of brads to reinforce them since I figured out that the brads would be hidden by the s...

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My New Router Table #6: Finishing Touches

11-28-2007 07:56 AM by Blake | 12 comments »

I’ve been adding the details as I have had time here and there after work. I finally got my router plate (Incra Magni-lock) which I had to special order through Woodcraft because as far as I could tell nobody carries it. Woodcraft had to order it from Incra and have it shipped to them before shipping it to me. This is what I got: I liked the actual Incra router plate better than the woodpecker brand version. And after it finally arrived in the mail I was pretty glad I had chos...

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