|Project by SebringDon||posted 10-28-2013 03:49 PM||4200 views||5 times favorited||4 comments|
A pair of rails and a simple box structure on each end, three pieces of ply to make a fence pivoting on a bolt, a few holes to mount an old Master Mechanic 1 3/4 hp plunge router, and a few coats of shellac make for a decent table. Clamp on a featherboard and grab a push stick, and I’m ready to rabbet the back of some molding I’m using for a picture frame.
All 3/4” ply, the table’s 36” x 15” and all the under structure is all ripped 2” wide. The fence components are all ripped 2 1/2” wide. It takes very little time to build, and makes that old MM router useful. I’ll probably spring for a table insert as the next upgrade to increase the bit height adjustment range.