|Project by SawdustAndAnIPA||posted 07-24-2013 01:52 PM||3004 views||20 times favorited||14 comments|
Thank to Lance on YouTube, I began the three week project to build my new router table.
The Incra RTCombo 3 comes with extruded aluminum rails that 1/2” plywood fits right in. I used Birch plywood for the body of the table, and Poplar for the rails, stiles, and drawer fronts. I took advantage of the ease of pocket hole joinery to assemble my rails and stiles.
I finished the Poplar wood sections with General Arm R Seal Semi Gloss (three coats.) The mid-project photo shows how the router section is fully enclosed. The vented drawer front is attached using magnets so you simply snap-on, snap-off.
This project was my first attempt at building any type of cabinet or drawers. I have a new respect for cabinet builders and their very complex and challenging trade craft.
-- What Is The Matrix? The Matrix Is All Around Us...It Is Your Table Saw Connected To The Internet.