|Project by The Box Whisperer||posted 02-23-2013 05:55 PM||1971 views||3 times favorited||1 comment|
Not a lot to show, I mounted my portable router table flush with my bench. I built storage in my bench itself for wrenches and bits, the same way I did for my pocket hole jig.
I should probably be writing a review on the veritas table and the original incra jig, as they are both great tools.
When attaching the incra, the birch ply base it sits on has a little strip of MDF I glued on which rides the edge of the bench, which self squares the fence. A strip of low friction tape helps it slide. When I got the table, I couldnt bring myself to spend 40 bucks on the matching magnetic dust port, so I built my own for less then 5 bucks.
I do a lot of work at the router, so its nice to have it up at a proper height for me.
Any and all feedback is welcome.
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