|January 20, 2004|
Today I got to work setting up a small router table that I want to have ready. It's a typical setup that holds the router inverted under the table so you can run stock accross the top a little like you would with a table saw.
I immediately ran into a problem. The foot of my router was larger than the form of the router table.
The solution seemed simple enough, route out the table form to fit the foot of the router. Like lots of good ideas, it didn't work perfectly, but it did work. Here you can see the router fit into the bottom of the table after routing.
And, the top of the table with all the chips lying around from routing out the bottom of it. That's all I got done. I still don't have the router installed...
Where it's supposed to fit...