|Project by tmiller||posted 1896 days ago||4675 views||20 times favorited||29 comments|
This was about as simple of a design as it gets. The router is mounted to the underside of some counter top material without a router plate.
I attached a couple of 1×2’s to the underside and used a bolt to attach the table to the inside t-track on the fence rails. The table rests on the TS’s cross brace. It is also nice how the metal cross brace on the TS sits perfectly behind the bull nose of the counter top. That’s it.
When the router is lowered under the table it barley misses the cross brace, but it still clears it. I tried it out tonight for the first time and it works great. When I want to adjust it I just pivot the table up. I am happy with it. It is simple and effective.
I also made this zero clearance insert using the same material. I had to sand the top and bottom of it to get it perfectly flush.