|Project by Tauras||posted 12-28-2009 04:01 AM||2038 views||7 times favorited||13 comments|
Bought this Kreg router table. Discovered it sure would be nice to keep all my router related stuff in one place. So I decided “cabinetize” the Kreg stand. One requirement I had was that the setup would have to be easy to disassemble. I didn’t want anything too permanent in case I want to make changes.
At the Milwaukee Woodworkers show I asked the Kreg rep if there are any plans for this or if anyone had done this before. He said no. Was kind of surprised at this.
Anyway, I made the drawers from Lee Valley Metal Side Slides. This made quick work of all the drawers. Drawer fronts are ¼ Baltic Birch Plywood. I made the drawer handles out of Poplar. Got the idea from a guest speaker at the Milwaukee Woodworkers guild, very simple and functional.
The framing is MDF with a ¾ Baltic Birch Plywood base. The dust chamber is very effective (thank god). The dust chamber assembly can slid out and will bolt in place to the metal stand.