I built this 3 years ago and it gets almost daily use so I decided it was worth posting as I’m sure there are others out there who can’t afford an expensive router table with all the bells and whistles. I have less than $100 invested in the whole thing (including the router). The top is 48”x22”. The table sits on my bench and is ‘locked’ to the edge with a cleat. The fence is square to the table, has stop blocks, a feather board, and good dust collection. The top has no sag as the span between drawer is only 11”. The table is made of 1/2” Baltic Birch Ply with dry erase board covering on the top. Inserts are made of same materials and held in place with magnets. The hex driver goes through a hole in the top to allow router to be raised and lowered easily. Bit changes are quick and simple above the table. The drawers store bits and accessories. I added holders for frequently used items on the back of the fence. Access to the router is either from the opening on the front or via the door on the back side. That little Ryobi router is 4 years old and has handled all the tasks I have asked of it. The largest bit I use is a 1/2” roundover and I don’t do raised panels so I’m very happy with this cheapo router! If I were to build it again, I would cover the top with laminate as the dry erase board is showing some wear but I couldn’t find a partial sheet of white laminate when I built this. The entire unit is light enough that I can pick it up and move it when I need the additional space on my bench. This is the second router table I built and I think it will last me a lot more years. The T track is made from an aluminum picture frame I got out of my daughter’s dumpster (you can buy these frames cheaper than you can buy T track). I hope this helps some other frugal woodworker.
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