Incra Router Table

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Project by JL7 posted 1329 days ago 8041 views 24 times favorited 18 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Some of you have followed the build here (sorry they are mixed in with other blog entries….should have made a separate blog)

First I would like to say that I’m not independently wealthy, I aquired the extruded aluminum very cheap, so that the only reason for using this cool material.


Incra Ultra 24” Positioner with Wonderfence
Woodpeckers 27” x 43” table top
Woodpeckers PRL V2 lift
PC 7319 Router
Flip down tool storage using rare earth magnets
Incra template storage on slide out shelf
Maple bit and storage trays
A thin strip of Cocobolo between the doors, wooden bling….
Dust collection above and below table with separate blast gates
Industrial grade castors with rubber feet that screw down

Not shown, the upside down 5 gallon bucket that I sat on pondering how to build this….....

Thanks for looking.


-- Jeff - I have not failed. I've just found 10,002 ways that won't work.

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#1 posted 1329 days ago

I have an Incra 25 and love it. Your table is giving me some good ideas. Good job.

-- Life is good.

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#2 posted 1329 days ago

Jeff, you need a patent on that design. That is about the best design for Router Table I have seen since Norm’s. Wonderful work. Nice job.

-- Guy Kroll

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#3 posted 1329 days ago

I think I’m in incra heaven. Nice work.

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#4 posted 1329 days ago

Very awesome table, great idea and work. I am sure you will have it for a very long time

-- Norman

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#5 posted 1329 days ago

Wow! Awesome look. It looks like coming out of space. I wonder if there is a woodworker out there on the Internaltion Space Lab!

Hat’s off for this unique design.

Question: Can I borrow your 1/2’’ carbide spiral bit? ;-D



-- Learn from yesterday, work today and enjoy success tomorrow. --

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#6 posted 1329 days ago

Very nice station and quite different from everything else I’ve seen. looks very convenient to use and get to everything which is a big plus.

-- ㊍ When in doubt - There is no doubt - Go the safer route.

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#7 posted 1329 days ago

Wonderful design! Some of the best storage options I’ve seen.

-- Robert - Visit my woodworking blog:

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#8 posted 1329 days ago

This is the standard by which all other router tables will be measured.

-- Rich, Cedar Rapids, IA - I'm a woodworker. I don't create beauty, I reveal it.

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#9 posted 1329 days ago

Hey, Jeff…............I have a 5 gallon bucket you can sit on if you will come down to Kansas and make one of those for me. Man oh man, that is nice…..drool, drool, drool.

-- Rowdy in Kechi, Kansas

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#10 posted 1329 days ago

Simple Terrific Jeff. Looks so clean , tidy, rigid,, with high tech design.

Frankly, I have already postponed the construction of my wooden RT for now.

It also happen to remind an air hostess by the side offering some cold drinks!!.

Take care now

-- Back home. Fernando

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#11 posted 1329 days ago

Wow! That’s very nice, I love it. No worries getting precise measurements on that. Have fun.

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Lee A. Jesberger

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#12 posted 1329 days ago

Hi Jeff;

This is a really fine router table. Great design, and nicely made.


-- by Lee A. Jesberger

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#13 posted 1329 days ago

That table looks amazing. Well done!

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#14 posted 1328 days ago

Thats the most beautiful Router Table I have seen made. Incra Router Fences are excellent to use. Outstanding project, looks beautiful and precise. Job well done my fellow woodworker ! ! !

-- Mark, Katy, Texas, Did they give Noah a hardtime about the wood boat in his driveway

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#15 posted 1328 days ago

Thanks for all the great comments!

A note about the design process…....I really didn’t have a design to start with, except for the basics, it had to fit the table top, have a dust box, and wanted the setup tools close at hand.

I built the basic stand from a rough pencil sketch and it sat for several weeks while I pondered the next step, hence the bucket. I wanted the tool storage on the right side of the dust box, and I think the idea hit me at work one day – the flip down door concept. I built it the next day.

I like the challenge of working with the space at hand and finding the best way to maximize the potential.


-- Jeff - I have not failed. I've just found 10,002 ways that won't work.

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