If you had one of the older sears router tables they were designed to take a jig saw or router. It is a router / sabre saw table #925444 and was sold about 30 years ago. I still have mine mostly because I have the rosette maker attachment for it.......awh said:Well, the subject pretty much says it all... Anyone ever see one? Is it possible?
I did use it with a sears jig saw I had at the time and it works fine for doing ruff cuts, how ever the newer jig saws have guides and might work much better for this sort of thing. The table has a rectangle in the casting for the base of the saw and then 4 u-shaped brackets that hold it in place.
It should be easy to do if you really wanted to. The key would be to get the saw as close to the table top as you can.... the offset of 3/4" or more might make it very unstable.... it would be better to be only a 1/4" or 3/8" below the surface like on a mounting plate rather then the thickness of a the table top. If you are interested in more details let us know, I know I for one have a few other ideas that might make this easier and work better....