|Project by hotncold||posted 04-26-2014 07:46 PM||3320 views||23 times favorited||10 comments|
There have been so many of these projects posted that I debated on whether to add another one but…
I scoured LJ getting inspiration from all those who have posted router table projects for the Incra LS Positioner. Each one has their own subtle differences so here’s mine.
1/2” Baltic Birch just slides into the Incra frame (really sweet). The drawer boxes are all from the same Baltic Birch and I used Kreg pocket hole screws to assemble the boxes as well as the “stretchers” to install the drawer slides onto. The face frame and drawer fronts are made from poplar. The entire project is finished with 3 coats of high gloss Arm R Seal.
One difference that I incorporated was the use of the (2) 3/4” slots in the door to the router box. These slots are slightly higher than the floor of the box so as to direct the air flow to the DC across the bottom.
The profile on the drawer fronts was made using a 3/8” radius round over bit with the bit height set to create a 3/16” reveal.
I’m really looking forward to using the Incra LS positioner and improving my “routing” skills.
BTW- I do plan on replacing the switch with a Rockler paddle switch but I needed to be able to use the router in order to construct the table!
-- Dennie - Tennessee - My Daddy always said, "Son, you can air condition a cotton patch if you've got enough money!