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I'm not understanding all the terms you guys are using for routing. What I'm interested in doing here in the near future is building a computer desk. I built one before that I think turned out fairly well. I'm going to make all the molding for the drawer fronts like I did before, so I'm wanting to build a table for my router with a fence. Anyone have any idea about what kind of table I would need?
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Dave go here there are to many different tables to help you you need what will work for you, some have elaborate table some are basic plywood, tabletop. Here are 10 plans see if some thing will work for you. then forum can help
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Thanks!
I know I want it very simple. I'm not all that bright. lol
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Hi Dave,

I cannot see in your profile any experience or tools that you have, so I would start with something simple.

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Hi Dave,

If you do a search on the web for "router table plans" you should get lots of ideas. Several may also have YouTube videos which I find helpful in understanding each of the steps involved.

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http://www.routerforums.com/table-mo...ter-table.html

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a basic setup will do most things the average hobbyist wants or needs, but an advanced system will usually save some time and give better precision etc..but I for one have a basic very inexpensive tabletop, and have done raised panel doors, moldings and many things,, so patience, and taking your time, planning and the bits are important in my humble opinion..

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