Router Table

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Project by Pdl posted 1225 days ago 1633 views 2 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I purchased this white piece of melamine from the Home Depot for 2 bucks. It was in the cull lumber section with a HUGE gouge on one side. It was PERFECT for the top of my router table. All of the framing used was also bought in the cull lumber section. The entire thing cost me around 15 bucks for the wood. The fence is alder. I had the t-tracks and knobs from the 1st router table I made. It was small and served it’s purpose. I needed a bigger and better one so… I included a pic of the old router table for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy.

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#1 posted 1225 days ago

Sweet! Excellent find. There’s nothing like getting a great deal and then turning that into a great project. Nice work.

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#2 posted 1225 days ago

Ya gotta love the Home Depot cull box!


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#3 posted 1224 days ago

is that like a clearence rack?

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#4 posted 1224 days ago

That’s a nice sturdy looking router table. Congratulations.

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#5 posted 1224 days ago

Yes it is. At the Home Depot they have scrap wood and warped wood in the back near the saw. You can find ALL KINDS of treasures. I love the cull bins.

Thanks everyone for your comments.

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