|Forum topic by thor2015||posted 10-08-2016 06:18 PM||331 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
10-08-2016 06:18 PM
Please excuse the mess in the garage. We are bouncing back from a tornado that hit the house 4 months ago and we have a lot of kitchen stuff still to sort through in there.
Anyways, I am wanting to build a router table. I purchased a JessEm lift and was going to build my top from scratch but I was at my local Habitat Re-Store and found this for 10 bucks:
This piece measures slightly over 36” x 24” and the core of it is 3/4” plywood and is laminated on top. Three of the edges have a strip of 3/4” plywood attached underneath but where the router plate will sit is only 3/4” thick (before routing for the insert).
My question is, would you guys reinforce the top with another piece of 3/4” ply with glue and screws or should I leave the top as is and use it that way? Any advice would be appreciated.