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Default Here is my Router Table...

Here is my Router Table...
Bench Dog 40-102 ProMax cast iron router table extension mounted in my JET table saw.
A Triton MOF001C 2-1/4-HP router mounted to the router table with a Rockler aluminum pro plate C.
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Wow Randy , very nice setup !

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I made some upgrade to my table
Parallel adjustment of the fence "A" and a add a guage for measurment.
The instruments "C" both height adjust of the router and fence adjustment.
"B" is the height adjustment.
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Christer, a lot of metal work there, very clever set up you came up with.
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It looks like the hinged addition to the table is meant to slide back and forth to the main table Christer. Is that correct?

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Hi Charles!

Yes you right! It is an sliding table.
It works quite well, I have to do some kind of support that I can put the bit against which is being processed.
I have not yet decided how.

I made a fast release function I show it at the picture. Both the upper and lower has this. That made it easy to remove the sliding stuff.
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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.
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Charles , you did an amazing job there . Looks like an awesome setup
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Default Oak Park Router Table - Basic

Quite a while ago I contacted Oak Park Enterprises to see if they still sold plans for their basic table as used on "The Router Workshop". Well they don't sell the plans anymore but they were kind enough to send me a set for free. Thanks Oak Park - very generous.

The plans sat around for quite some time until a short time ago when I decided to put a basic table together.

The walls/back/bottom are 3/4" plywood. The top is made up of two pieces - the bottom piece is an old sink cutout - 3/4" particle board with arborite on the bottom. The top piece is 3/4" melamine covered Mdf. 1 1/2" top should be pretty stable. Pieces were screwed together from the bottom - no glue. I may put an edge on or maybe not - haven't decided.

I used a Kreg insert with Kreg levellers - made installation pretty easy. Insert wasn't predrilled but it wasn't difficult to drill mounting holes - I used counterbore instead of countersink - allows for some play when centering the cutter in the insert. The insert is held in place by the weight of the router.

I've got a Bosch 1617 router in there and also drilled a hole in the insert for the above-table micro adjuster on the Bosch - slick.
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