|Project by RS Woodworks||posted 02-17-2010 10:15 PM||3760 views||27 times favorited||41 comments|
I actually have been wanting to make a proper cabinet for my router table for a while, and finally got around to it over the past few weeks. The table is just one from Masterscraft but it’s flat and works well for me. It came with a fold up metal stand that moved every time I used it. I needed something more stable, and with some storage for all my router bits, extra routers, and all related jigs and equipment.
I had some left over curly walnut plywood and this cabinet used it up, along with lots of other scrap plywood. The simple handles are curly maple, and I decided on maple to cover the edges of the plywood too. Slapped on a few coats of wipe on poly, added a mobile base, and voila!
I still need to wire in the swtch and am debating a door to cover the router area.
Thanks for looking.
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