|Project by Bricofleur||posted 10-23-2009 02:41 AM||10766 views||88 times favorited||13 comments|
Here is the benchtop horizontal router table I’ve been planning to build for a long time. It’s great for milling tenons, sliding dovetail tail boards, raised panels using vertical router bits, and molding edges of wide boards, all that keeping workpieces flat on the tabletop. I was inspired by Ernie Conover’s design and it’s all made out of MDF.
The router bit height adjustment is deadly simple yet very effective. Note that I made it to be stored vertically to save space in my basement workshop.
This is a great addition to my workshop.
To see all the detailled constructions, including tips and videos, look for it on the following link :
To watch a short lazy susan video of this horizontal router table, click the following link :
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