Build your own router table with this free PDF download from Popular Woodworking. You’ll get three unique router table plans and everything you need to know to get started.
Every Woodworker Should Have This Essential Guide.
This free download from Popular Woodworking is your guide to essential router table techniques. Don’t pay hundreds of dollars for a standard router table that won’t even fit your needs. Make one yourself – it’s probably easier than you think, and definitely cheaper than buying one.
1. Horizontal Router Table Plans
Build a router table that can easily be set up to cut mortises, tenons and other joinery with these plans from Nick Engler. This versatile shop built tool features a sliding table that moves in four directions and an adjustable fence that’s quick and simple to set. Make the small clamps detailed in these free router table plans and turn your new router table into what Nick calls a “joint-making monster.”
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2. How to Build a Router Table for Just $50
Here’s a DIY router table you can make without spending a lot of cash. It’s got a built-in dust-collection port and the bit-height can be adjusted without kneeling down to get under the tabletop. You can build your own router table for just $50 with these free plans.
3. You Can Build a Router Table in Two Days
What are you doing this weekend? How about building a router table? David Thiel shows you how to build your own router table that clamps in a bench vise and can be stored out of the way when not in use. Plus, this clever design incorporates aluminum t-slot so you can add clamps and feather boards in a snap. Both sides of the adjustable fence can be moved towards or away from the bit, a handy feature for anyone who uses both small and large diameter router bits.
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