When I sold my old table saw station both routers and lifts went with it. I've been without a router table for about two months now and honestly I haven't missed it too much. The time without it ha...

When I sold my old table saw station both routers and lifts went with it. I've been without a router table for about two months now and honestly I haven't missed it too much. The time without it ha...

Homemade Router Table - Router Tips, Jigs and Fixtures | WoodArchivist.com

Homemade Router Table - Router Tips, Jigs and Fixtures | WoodArchivist.com

Homemade Router Table - Router

Homemade Router Table - Router

A workbench’s solid base makes the perfect stand to support a homemade router tabletop (the Workmate bench is shown here). Just screw a pair of thick blocks to the base of your router table,tighten the sliding jaws to the blocks and you’re ready to go. When you’re finished, you can remove the table and efficiently store it flat to the wall.

A workbench’s solid base makes the perfect stand to support a homemade router tabletop (the Workmate bench is shown here). Just screw a pair of thick blocks to the base of your router table,tighten the sliding jaws to the blocks and you’re ready to go. When you’re finished, you can remove the table and efficiently store it flat to the wall.

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