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09-09-2007 02:21 PM
challagan Very nice job on the router table. Looks good and thanks for the pic!

Corey
09-09-2007 01:39 PM
vapochilled
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Originally Posted by Joe Lyddon
VapoC...

That's one nice BIG table!!

Looks like you could do anything you want on it...

Nice job of using what you had to get it done.
I work in the instrument field, so the table was free(just had to get it home!)
Sheet of MDF and the laminate, I had glue.
It's probably no cheaper than buying a smaller bench top table, but as you said, I can pretty much run anything through it.
09-09-2007 11:45 AM
Joe Lyddon VapoC...

That's one nice BIG table!!

Looks like you could do anything you want on it...

Nice job of using what you had to get it done.
09-09-2007 09:12 AM
stutsmd Beautiful table! While not near as fancy as the one vapochilled built, Shopnotes has no less than six router table plans listed.
09-09-2007 01:29 AM
vapochilled The angle is 1/4" steel, machined true. Taller fence would be a simple task of bolting it in place of the existing MDF fence.

http://www.woodpeck.com/routersystems.html
09-09-2007 01:19 AM
harrysin That's a beautiful table which should produce top quality work. The only thing that I would add is an alternative tall fence for things like raised panel doors. Did you make the fence shown, if you did I congratulate you further. Is the angle steel or Aluminium?
09-09-2007 01:15 AM
Noddy Yes please!

It sounds like I'm thinking along the same lines of building a table as you did.

Much thanks!
09-09-2007 01:13 AM
vapochilled It's a woodpeckers fence, bought from woodcrafters, just round the corner from me.
You want a shot of the insert from underneath?
09-09-2007 01:04 AM
Noddy Nicely done!

Did you follow any particular plan for your fence, but built from scratch based on ideas ad such?

Any chance on a picture of the underside?

(in the process of putting together my planning / ideas for building my own. I like the simplicity of yours)
09-09-2007 12:31 AM
vapochilled
Home made table

Started life as an instrument table for a mass spec lab.
Table came with a 1" phenolic top Unfortunately, I have nothing that even scratched the surface of it! so I laminated two 3/4" MDF sheets, then put formica top and bottom. Edged with some poplar and stained(badly )
Table insert is a Rousseau delux and it's a healthy 45"x32"
Weighs a little more than my first car
Using a Skil 1825, I have a fixed and plunge base, but I hate the damn thing! Terrible depth adjustment, kicks the bit out of true when you adjust it. So thats next on the list



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