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post #21 of 1047 (permalink) Old 10-27-2009, 02:04 AM
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[QUOTE=bigdogmedia66;140488]Here's mine that I finished a couple of weeks ago.

Damn- I wish I had seen this 2 months ago! Mine is similar, but there is a couple of things I could have added.

Oh, well, what fun would you have if didn't find something you could have done better.

Nice table.
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Rick,

I like your table. Simple but looks sturdy. Was it from plans, or can you provide dimensions?

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The functional approach

Proud to represent the functional approach. Posted mine today on "Show N' Tell" forum.
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Rick,

I like your table. Simple but looks sturdy. Was it from plans, or can you provide dimensions?
unfortunately I don't have the plans any more.. I made the table and then was asked for the plans and I mailed them off to another member on this forum.. I haven't herd from him since. It was a plan that I got a very long time ago form American Woodworker Mag. this is the post I originally made
http://www.routerforums.com/table-mo...tml#post106237

I did some checking and did not find them on the American Woodworker site, but I did find these,
This one is very close to mine perhaps better.?
American Woodworker Router Table - Projects - American Woodworker

here is another one
$100 Router Table - Shop - American Woodworker
Oh and this would make a nice addition to any table..
Shop-Made Router Lift - Shop - American Woodworker

hope some of that helps Good luck and lets see what you come up with...

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"Now that what I'm Talking About" Guess I just needed to beg a little.

Deb, what's the white hinged box on the right? Looks like a vacuum table?

John, I like the idea of using a tool box. Did you change the drawer slides? Only thing I don't like is the slides on some craftsman boxes, don't open far enough. How wide is your skis, do you get any bowing? John and I been Talking about what is best thing to use for the rods.

James, I want another table but don't have the room. Does that one fold up? Looks like just what I need. Sure looks like a big router, what is that?

Rick, looks like a nice fence. Do you have a closeup of that?
Thanks for getting us started.
I have better pics of the fence you ask for,

The first photo the clamp that holds to the table top has a dowel to pin the to pieces together to keep the bottom form spinning win you tighten the clamp.
the rest are self explanatory..
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James, I want another table but don't have the room. Does that one fold up? Looks like just what I need. Sure looks like a big router, what is that?
Harry,
The base is just a cheap copy of the B & D Workmate table. It does fold up and I remove the router/plate.

The OP table is screwed to the fully wound out brackets.

Check my post under 'my new toy"

The router is a Triton TRA001, the best under table router on the market...LOL. (stand back from flack)

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John, I like the idea of using a tool box. Did you change the drawer slides? Only thing I don't like is the slides on some craftsman boxes, don't open far enough. How wide is your skis, do you get any bowing? John and I been Talking about what is best thing to use for the rods.
Hey Henry, This box has full extension slides, so I left them alone. The skis are made with 3/8" allthread. Do they sag? I dont know, I've not used them yet. When built my jig holder and skis, I was under the impression that they were always used together. But before starting my 1st project, I contacted Harrysin, and found out the skis are only used when your template will not sufficiently support the router. So, even though I've done a few projects with the jig holder, I've yet to use the skis. When I do, I'll probably shorten the width to the minimum required the particular project.

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Late but I'm here, don't worry James i have your back. I too have the triton for my little table and it is the best under the table router. You have good taste in tools . I did build a bench that it gets to sit on and ride on, router table stand/outfeed table/chopsaw table/ left over aquarium stand.
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Pictures her someplace

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I'll post mine in a couple of days. I still need to inset my pin router arm in the top and its done.

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