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Still working on this thing... need to build a fence... hope 8020 ships to Italy!
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Still working on this thing... need to build a fence... hope 8020 ships to Italy!
David that's pretty freaking awesome! Love double router tables , and you've taken it to the next level

Why did it just dawn on me that your a car audio guy lol

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David that's pretty freaking awesome! Love double router tables , and you've taken it to the next level

Why did it just dawn on me that your a car audio guy lol
That's correct, I am very much a car audio guy... but I also do some traditional woodworking. This table isn't exactly what I wanted to build, but I needed something that I could take to Italy and move from house to house if needed. When I get back, I will build an awesome shop and outfit it accordingly!

Here are some neat products I've been developing for the car audio/woodworking crowd.

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^^^ very cool jig you designed there David . You certainly make some wicked speaker pods .
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Wow those are some great looking router tables.

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I mentioned building a new router table for the Kreg top and fence I purchased in my introduction post. The overall box is done and I have mounted my older Craftsman router. Since I want dress up the doors and drawer fronts ever so slightly I wanted to have use of the table. I will post a few pictures, but take note that it is no where near complete. The two top drawer spots will only have a front and will be used to set router bits into. They can be pulled out for ease of access when I am working and returned to the table when finished. The third spot on each side of the router box will have a small door and i will use these areas to store longer items, wrenches, feather boards and such. The center will be the router access and I an still trying to decide if I want it to open to the side or to lay down, (Thoughts?). the bottom box will be two doors that open left and right. When I upgrade to a Triton I will remove the old Craftsman and use it as a hand held router. This box will store that router and any others I accumulate over time nicely.

This is the first item like this I have ever built and I can't even tell you how many wrong cuts I have made, but it has still been fun.

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good job tim you got the functional part done Its ready to do the cosmetics

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Tim - that's a good looking table and I like the work you've done to it so far. You mentioned that the bottom opening will have two doors, opening side to side. If that is the case, I would suggest a center divider placed vertically to eliminate any possible sagging of that horizontal divider. It won't take up much space and can only help.

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