|Project by Bricofleur||posted 863 days ago||3580 views||24 times favorited||18 comments|
To get the most from the routers I don’t use any more because they are awkward to use (installing bits and/or height adjustments), I decided to build two tiny router tables in which I could permanently leave those routers as dedicated stations. Wow, I’m so glad I did it.
One station will be dedicated to joint boards (man made materials, which I can’t use on my jointer) and the other for pattern routing with a flush trim bit.
From this page of my website your can follow all the building process.
They are all made out of MDF and custom built for my routers. I sized them so they could be stored in a shop cabinet, with my horizontal router table (last picture).
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