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Hi,

I'm leaning towards building a simple router table from MDF similar to the one below. I was planning on using dowel joints but a friend of mine made a good point, why not just use a pocket hole jig. This seems much easier to me as the odds of me drilling the holes correctly for the dowel joints with a cordless drill are pretty bad. As I am new to woodworking, it's tough for me to know if this is really a good idea or not. Any thoughts?



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Thanks!

Thanks for the input. I went with Bob's response and just used glue with the plans from Oak Park Mike mentioned. I've got everything but the top done. With help from Mike's sticky thread on installing mounting plates and the guys at Woodcraft I might get this on the first try. Once the adapter for my router shows up so I can use the PC bushings I should be able to finish up. Thanks again!
 
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