OK, after the recent discussion of installing the Wixey Remoter Router Readout, I thought I'd better show you guys my router table.
I built this after looking at a couple of hundred router tables, both commercial and shop-built before coming up with the design.
The top is 1/2" MDF laminated to 3/4" birch ply with laminate top and bottom. It's edge banded with red oak, to match the rest of my shop-built furniture.
The fence was built from a pre-machined aluminum extrusion from Rockler with sliding wood faces. Above- and below-table dust collection is to my Shop-Vac.
The router is a Triton MF001 mounted to an aluminum Rockler ProPlate.
The bit-storage drawers don't fit very well because these were the first drawers I had ever built. The bit holder part of the drawers are replaceable so I can make new ones to accommodate my growing collection of bits.
I mounted the digital readout on the bracket that supports my work light, above and slightly behind the table. Originally I planned to mount it under the table opposite the on/off switch, but there's no light under there.
I'll burn that bridge when I come to it