Cheap Router Table Plan

82 Router Table DIY Plans

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  1. 1) Creston Wood Router Table Design
  2. 2) Router Table Pressure Jig
  3. 3) Simple Router Table
  4. 4) Jane’s Router Table Design
  5. 5) Patrick’s Router Table
  6. 6) One Project Closer Router Table
  7. 7) 3-in-1 Router Table
  8. 8) American Woodworker Router Table
  9. 9) Wall-Mounted Router Table
  10. 10) All-Around Router Table
  11. 11) Table Saw Router Fence
  12. 12) Cheap and Easy Storage Router Table
  14. 13) Woodworking Table
  15. 14) The DIY Router Table
  16. 15) The Country Classic Router Table
  17. 16) Router Table and Organizer
  18. 17) Trash Can Router Table
  19. 18) The Fold Away Router Table
  20. 19) $100 Router Table
  21. 20) The Family Handy Man’s Router Table Plans
  22. 21) Garbage Can Dremel Router Table DIY
  23. 22) Shop-Built Router Tables
  24. 23) Bench-Mounted Router Table
  25. 24) Ultimate Router Table Plan
  26. 25) The Rolling Router Table
  27. 26) Ultimate Router Table 2
  28. 27) Simple Router Table 2
  29. 28) Router Table-Mate
  30. 29) Router Table Cabinet
  31. 30) Stow-and-Go Router Table
  32. 31) Horizontal Router Table
  33. 32) Quick and Easy Router Table
  34. 33) Ultimate Router Table 3
  35. 34) Woodworker Router Table
  36. 35) Simple Router Table Plans
  37. 36) Router Table Plans
  38. 37) Router Table from a Reclaimed Desk
  39. 38) Almost Free Router Table
  40. 39) Basic Router Table Plans
  41. 40) Simple Router Table 3
  42. 41) Mother’s Router / Shaper Table
  43. 42) A Simple Router Table
  44. 43) A Shop-Made Router Table
  45. 44) The Utilitarian CNC Router Table
  46. 45) John Heisz Router Table
  47. 46) Dan’s Benchtop Router Table
  48. 47) Horizontal Router Table for the Slot Mortise
  49. 48) The Thinking Wood Router Table Plans
  50. 49) Router Table with Rockler Table
  51. 50) The Ana White Router Table
  52. 51) The Mounted Router Table
  53. 52) Scott Moore Router Table Plan
  54. 53) The ShopNotes Magazine Quick and Easy Blueprint
  55. 54) The Converted Table Saw Blueprint
  56. 55) Cheap Router Table Plan
  57. 56) The Minimalist Maker Design
  58. 57) Tablesaw Idea
  59. 58) The Simple Pop Out Idea
  60. 59) Free Woodworking Router Table Plans
  61. 60) Versatile Router Table Plan
  62. 61) Portable Router Table Design Plan
  63. 62) Building a Portable Router Table
  64. 63) Router and Drill Press Table
  65. 64) Portable Router Table Ideas
  66. 65) On The Wall Miter Table Station
  67. 66) Router Table Interior Ideas
  68. 67) Portable DIY Router Table
  69. 68) Bench Mounted Router Table
  70. 69) Homemade Router Inspiration
  71. 70) Large Router Table Design Inspiration
  72. 71) Sample Router Table Plans
  73. 72) Simple Router Table Design
  74. 73) Simple Router Design Plan
  75. 74) Basic Router Table Design
  76. 75) Router Table Cabinet Design
  77. 76) DIY Router Table Design Inspiration
  78. 77) Very Simple Router Table
  79. 78) The Basic Router Table Design
  80. 79) Instant Clear Router Table Top
  81. 80) Working Class Router Table
  82. 81) Classic Router Table Cabinet
  83. 82) Lumber Jocks Horizontal Router Table
  84. Conclusion

31) Horizontal Router Table

Horizontal Router Table

Some woodworkers may be more comfortable working with a horizontal router table than a vertical tip which is why this may come in handy. No, you are not viewing the image incorrectly.

This is a horizontal router table that is fastened to a wall. It is made of a single piece of lumber which has been cut and the surface smoothened out so that the frame can easily glide up and down.

A convenient dust port still remains as a part of this system and this reduces dust and dirt from your workpiece. You can make this unique horizontal router table design easy and be done in just a few hours tops.

32) Quick and Easy Router Table

Quick And Easy Router Table

One of the best things that I love about this router table is that it is tall with table top easy to access. This is not just a table though, it is also a cabinet where you can store all the things and tools you need.

Let’s first focus on the router table; it is average sized with a movable fence that can give way to larger workpieces. The fence features a dust port in the middle where the router tip is and this connects to a shop vac attachment where dust is efficiently collected.

Now the cabinet is more than just storage. There are small drawers where you can store small accessories and attachments. Large drawers, on the other hand, will be able to store large power tools and hand tools.

Overall, this is a moderately-difficult project because you will start from scratch in making the cabinet storage. You need to have more than just basic skills to be able to work on this project but using it as an inspiration is definitely a good idea.

33) Ultimate Router Table 3

Ultimate Router Table 3

This is another plan to make an ultimate versatile router table. This is a sketch of this table and as seen on this photo, this table doubles as a storage system for different tools and accessories.

The table top here is a regular router table top with the router tip in the middle, a long and wide frame that keeps the workpiece in place and a large dust port at the back connects to a shop vac. The cabinet of this router is large to hold different tools, accessories and router parts.

The space underneath the table is so large that it does not just accommodate the router body but also the shop vacuum as well. You can also roll this router table/cabinet to wherever you want to work because it has durable wheels. This is a nice project to check out and could be your next one soon.Дърводелство/Workshop/The%20Ultimate%20Router%20Table.pdf

34) Woodworker Router Table

Woodworker Router Table

This router table looks more like a porcelain cabinet rather than a router cabinet. This is made from scratch with the router table on top and storage system for all your woodworking tools, power tools, accessories and router parts inside the shelves and drawers.

The table top is average-sized with the router tip in the middle. The frame can be moved forward or backward and locked into position. A dust port is found near the tip in the middle part of the frame. The router can be seen underneath the table fastened by strong braces.

A large cabinet in the middle can house the shop vac so you will have a clean and neat workspace. There are no wheels for this router cabinet project, therefore, you cannot take it just anywhere.

35) Simple Router Table Plans

Simple Router Table Plans

This is a design for a simple router table. This router table is just a table top with the router tip, a large moveable frame, and a router guard. From this angle, you can see the router which has been carefully braced at the bottom of the table.

You can also eye a safety switch found at the lower right-hand part of the table. The router table top is moderately large compared to portable models though. This one has wheels to take it to wherever you wish to go. Take it to the worksite or move it outdoors from your garage.

The large wheels can take the weight of the table as well as the weight of the router and the workpiece. This is an easy project that you should try or at least make it as a part of your woodworking bucket list.

36) Router Table Plans

Router Table Plans

You will love all the storage space and the large table top in this router table design plan. The table top has the router tip in the middle and an adjustable frame so you can use this in routing larger workpieces or more complicated materials. The large table top also makes a good place to work on different projects as well.

The router body can be accessed from the middle of the cabinet and this can also be spacious enough for the shop vac. It is barely visible from the photo but you can almost see the small space in the middle of the frame where the router tip is. This is possibly where the dust port is located.

This is quite a difficult project but by following this plan closely, you will be able to build this even if you are new to woodworking.

37) Router Table from a Reclaimed Desk

Router Table From A Reclaimed Desk

Does this project want to make your tear your desk apart to make it into a router table? As you can see, this is a router table that was actually constructed out of a basic desk. The builder did not do any upgrades at all.

The construction was not quite finished yet I this photo but nevertheless, it is easy to predict that the router will be placed at the bottom of the table with the router tip protruding from the table surface.

The builder plans to add an adjustable work fence and to improve the shelves to be able to store tools, accessories, and parts. This is an easy project and a cheap one too. If you have one desk you rarely use at home, you can use this for this project but make sure that the desk is strong and will be able to handle the weight of the router, table and the workpiece.

38) Almost Free Router Table

Almost Free Router Table

This is a plan to make a router table out of items found around your home or your garage hence the name “Almost Free.” Let’s face it; it’s very expensive to buy new wood as well as hardware and even paint. But if you have recycled wood or old furniture around then you can save a lot on your projects, right?

This router is almost free because you will be using reclaimed wood pieces and hardware. The router table has been cut from old lumber and the router fitted in the middle of the piece. The fence was constructed from the same wood and this will be cut and assembled to make a fully-functioning router table.

39) Basic Router Table Plans

Basic Router Table Plans

This is a design for a basic benchtop router table with basic features. This is something that you can carry to the worksite and store away quickly if you have a small workshop or workstation at home.

This router table is average sized with a tabletop base with the router tip at the middle, a movable and adjustable fence at the back and a pressure jig in front. These are basically what you need to start routing and shaping workpieces right away.

One highlight of this router table is its tool holder at the bottom of the table. A special holder for the router accessories and parts was included in the design. Overall, this is a pretty easy design and can be finished in just a day.

40) Simple Router Table 3

What can you say about this small benchtop router design? This is a simple yet practical design if you don’t have enough space to work in your garage or shop. This has a moderately-sized working area where you can cut, route and shape moderately-sized to large workpieces.

The legs for this table are sturdy and steady. The table top is even and flat, perfect for routing effortlessly. The router has a quick safety switch in front so you can easily cut power to the router. You can improve this design by adding a fence, some storage at the bottom and by reinforcing the table legs. This design is very easy to make and can be constructed in just a few hours too.

Simple Router Table 3