Oak Router Table

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Project by joeysjunk posted 809 days ago 1911 views 4 times favorited 15 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is my versions of Norm’s router table. It is made from Oak plywood for the cabinet and solid oak for the trim, drawer fronts and top. I bought a Freud table/router kit and used the router, plate and fence for this project. I still have to finish the dust collection, but since I don’t have a dust collector yet, it can wait.

-- Joey

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#1 posted 809 days ago

Nice! Would look even nicer in my work shop :D

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#2 posted 809 days ago

Nice work! I always wanted to build that project, but unfortunately I just don’t have the space for something that large.

Anyone else miss Norm?

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#3 posted 808 days ago

Love it…I need one! Very Nice.

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#4 posted 808 days ago

Thats great, I wanted to build that myself ,but I also don’t have the space & I miss Norm :(
Very nicely done, looks nicer than Norms

-- Martin ....always count the number of fingers you have before, and after using the saw.

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#5 posted 808 days ago

An Oak Router Table! I’ll bet that’s stable enough to run anything through it. Nice Wood Work as well.


-- John

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#6 posted 808 days ago

I have the same freud fence. How did you adapt the back knobs to the t-track? Mine screw down into threaded inserts in the table, which is stupid… I’d love to have the t-track setup like yours. I suppose I could always buy new knobs. Very nice job on the router table :) .

-- Allen, Colorado

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#7 posted 808 days ago

great build on the router table ,looks great

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#8 posted 808 days ago

Beautiful work!

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#9 posted 808 days ago

Very nicely built RT, I also need one like that – when I can fully use my new home/shop.

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#10 posted 808 days ago

Totally Awesome! Great work! Love the base.

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#11 posted 808 days ago

Looks great I wanted to build that myself too…Beautiful work!!

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#12 posted 808 days ago

Very nice, and very clean great job.

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#13 posted 808 days ago

looks can never have enough drawers

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#14 posted 808 days ago

very nice. Thanks for posting.

-- Rod, London UK

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#15 posted 740 days ago

Really nice. Looks awesome.

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