Brent, I understand that space is a premium for you. Even so I would discourage you from attempting to mount your router to this saw table. There are many great portable router tables you can build or buy. When you try to combine the saw and router into one table you start having conflicts, needing to alter one set up to perform a function with the other. Make sense? There are plans for a mobile base that would hold your saw and incorporates a router table in the same unit. You also gain a good amount of storage under your saw in drawers so the sawdust is kept off your tools. A better choice still is to incorporate your router into the end of a work bench. The mounting plate will allow you to lift the router out of the way and drop a solid insert in when you need the full length of the bench for a project. The added length of the bench also comes in handy when you want to cut dado's in large panels for a cabinet. I would give this some more thought before starting. We are happy to assist you with ideas that may be of interest.
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