|Project by trevor7428||posted 03-16-2016 07:43 AM||2716 views||8 times favorited||10 comments|
So I based this build off the Ultimate Router Table but with my own modifications and dimensions and of course part of my table saw wing. I couldn’t make the base as wide because I had already built my router table which is only 27” wide and wanted to have a lip on the router table top, from the base.
The base is actually completely separate from the router table. That way the table saw doesn’t have to support any more weight. I drilled access holes under the bottom drawers, in each corner. To adjust the leg levelers with my drill and a half inch socket. That way I was able to slide the base under to router table then raise it up via levelers to fit stug to top.
In each pull out drawers I made myself plenty of router bit and router accessories storage. I haven’t decided if I will always keep my dust collection hose always connected. Then remove only if gets in the way when using my table saw. Or only connect when needed and remove when done.
The best part is my dust collection automatically turns on when I turn on my router via light switch on side. then shuts off 5 secondso after I turn it off. Same thing happens when I turn on my table saw too.
I’m happy the way this turned out. Anyone interested in building there own, should definitely check out the link above. Which offers free plans to the build. I used them as a reference, but majority of my measurements where different.
-- Thank You Trevor OBrion