|Project by Routerisstillmyname||posted 06-20-2014 03:15 PM||1980 views||7 times favorited||6 comments|
Well, I set out to build the usual flip top table. But, the problem that I have with traditional flip tops is, you still have a tool setting on the top that may not get used as frequent. In my case super heavy planer and a miter saw. I don’t think I even use the miter saw once a year.
And besides, If you’re like most of us with a garage shop and very little work space then you can’t afford to waste any space so why not get few extra uses out of it.
Since I’m always re-purposing my workbenches and router tables into the next generation of shop tools, I came up with this Nona function space saver.
A dual flip tops, a workbench, an outfeed table for my table saw, and a main full size router table on side which doubles as workbench extension. A Poor man’s band saw station with upside down jigsaw as a substitute or second small router table. A bonus low profile Storage drawer for few extra accessories that otherwise end up all over the place and it has reasonable storage space 28×24 x 3.5 and it’s mobile.
In addition to these, I’m thinking of adding a removable horizontal router for mortising or edge trimming purposes and a removable home made moxon style vise.
-- Router è ancora il mio nome.