|Project by LegendInMyOwnMind||posted 04-27-2011 07:05 PM||4023 views||7 times favorited||14 comments|
This is one of the first projects my 15-year old son and I did together. It’s a router table. Due to limited shop space. We sized it vertically to match a miter saw table we had done earlier. We built the top using 3/4” plywood and Rockler T-bar stock. The T-bars allow the fence to move back and forth as well as a featherboard to be applied to the workpiece from the front of the piece. We also put the T-bar on the router fence for featherboards or stop blocks. It’s probably over-engineered but we wanted a solid table. The caster wheels are on the same side of the table that the feed comes from so the other side drags when the material is fed through.
My son is “over’it” at present with building fixtures after building this table, the miter saw table and a workbench, so that’s why we went on to our next project of the XBOX-360 Entertainment Center. I guess jigs are up to me now.
-- Doug - When all you own is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.