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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 12-21-2018, 05:16 PM
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I just made a tunnel down the top center of my stand Tim with banks of drawers on either side and all the way across the bottom. My plate is offset closer to one side so that I can work close or have a wide side for panel support. A tunnel open on either end allows me access from either side of the table.

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sorry if im being dense I get that way sometimes about things. I don't always visualize well. I saw this page 17 of your uploads. so the floor catches what the fence doesn't or is this an old table? I knew I had seen your fence but it was on your workbench so I dug a bit deeper
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the main reason I want to close up the open stand is for bit storage and shelves for other routers ect. would this pass muster for a snorkel if I box it in? I want it to pivot out of the way when I open the door to get to speed controls on the 1617 now and the 7518 should i ever go mast r lift.
excuse the lousy image. I don't speak sketchup. that's just the router area with a baffle and that's supposed to be the door left of the box.
see the drawings in the PDF...

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That still puts the enclosure at a lower air pressure than the air outside the box. You may be sucking across the base past the bit but where does the makeup air that is going through the router's fan come from? Air is being sucked out of the box with no intake near the fan inlet at the other end of the router.

Also, the router's heat is exchanged to the air molecules passing through the motor. The lower pressure in the cabinet is caused by fewer air molecules on the inside than the outside. Fewer molecules mean reduced heat transfer.
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