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

41) Mother’s Router / Shaper Table

Mother’s Router Shaper Table

One of the easiest router tables builds is this one. This project requires building the table from scratch but this won’t be a problem because this router table plan teaches you how step by step. The table is tall as it is wide, wider than its length.

The router tip is seen again in the middle of the table but the fence for this design is too narrow. Possibly this table is meant for wider workpieces because of its unique dimensions. There is barely room for the fence to move back for this design as well.

The feet for this table is quite unique as well. All fours on each corner, truly this table can hold a very heavy workpiece as well as a heavy router. You must have a large working space to place this huge router table though.

42) A Simple Router Table

A Simple Router Table

Take a look at this simple router table plan which will show you how to build a very basic router table from scratch. From what the plan says, this table will be made from lumber so this is strong and can take much weight as well.

The table top is spacious and can handle large workpieces easily. The large top has a wide fence that can accommodate wider and larger pieces without a miss.

A simple router plan like this is a simple project especially for anyone new to woodworking. This plan gives you a complete list of all the things you will need for this project. You will be able to complete this project soon when you have all the materials and tools at hand.

43) A Shop-Made Router Table

A Shop Made Router Table

Easy as pie right? This is an easy shop-made router table that has a spacious top. What’s very noticeable about this design are its wheels which allow you to take this router table anywhere you wish to go. You can slide it from your garage to your yard or from your workplace to the worksite.

Another awesome thing about this table is how smooth and neat its surface is. Made from strong lumber, the table top holds the router tip in the middle while wide fence, as wide as the router table itself, can be adjusted accordingly. A dust port easily removes dust and dirt as you route the workpiece. Definitely, a clean workplace is safer and lets you work more efficiently.

44) The Utilitarian CNC Router Table

The Utilitarian Cnc Router Table

This could be the most updated router table design you have ever seen! As you can see, this is a computer programmable router that can shape, slice and route different materials using a robotic route.

The design you wish to achieve is saved in a special program that translates your design into a command that the router understands. Everything from the depth, the speed of the router and other important parameters may be adjusted. The router can work with workpieces of different sizes, widths and also with different materials.

Aside from woodworking skills, you need to understand the programming command used to operate the router. The plans to make this utilitarian router table gives you a list of the things you need and the steps, complicated as they may be, to complete this project. This is not an easy task but this plan will guide you how.

45) John Heisz Router Table

John Heisz Router Table

This router table looks like a wood stove because of its size. This is a standard table top and router cabinet that has a spacious working space on top and plenty of storage space at the bottom.

The top is very spacious with a very large fence and an extra-large dust port to remove dust and dirt from the workpiece. The fence can be adjusted, moved backward or forwards according to the size of the workpiece you are working on.

The router body is braced at the bottom of the router table and can be easily accessed from a large door opening in front of the cabinet. This large space can hold even your shop vac. The different drawers and cabinets can hold accessories and tools of all shapes and sizes. Even small accessories and parts are kept safe inside the drawers.

This router table and the cabinet is heavy and has no wheels to take it anywhere. Because of its size and weight, it is stable but needs to occupy ample space in your shop or workstation.

46) Dan’s Benchtop Router Table

Dan’s Benchtop Router Table

This is a plan to make your own benchtop router table which may be made from scratch or an old table. First, the router was fit in the middle of the table as the tip protrudes in the middle of the table through a small hole. A large fence made from two large planks of wood is at the back of the router tip. This part is completely adjustable so y you can work on different sized materials easily.

Now the table was installed on top of two large pieces of lumber which with large wheels. The wheels let you move this table around or to wherever you need to work. Because of its simple design, this router table may be easily transported. The simple construction also lets you work on different materials flawlessly.

47) Horizontal Router Table for the Slot Mortise

Horizontal Router Table For The Slot Mortise

This is a crudely constructed horizontal router table with is a design that can effectively let you work on mortise joints and other complicated routing styles. A horizontal router gives you the freedom to work on different projects even if you have a very small space to work in.

Now this router table was made from very simple materials and was erected on a working table. You can improve this design by strengthening the table as well as using a durable piece of wood to hold the router in place.

Constructing a dust port on the fence assembly can remove dust and dirt from the workpiece and although dust is not an issue for this position. It is still better to stay safe than sorry especially when you are working with power tools.

48) The Thinking Wood Router Table Plans

The Thinking Wood Router Table Plans

This is a router table built over a large table and as you can see, this set up is more than just a router table. This table also works as a table saw while the router sits at the back. This kind of design is a space-saving workbench table design that will let you save space especially if you only have a small working area or shop.

Now the router table in this design has the standard router tip found in the middle of the table. The tip fits securely in a portion in the middle of the fence. This is also where the shop vac attachment is placed to remove dirt and dust as a workpiece is being routed.

This plan can be used as an inspiration when making versatile router table tops. For the table legs, you may either construct table legs to hold the heavy router and circular saw tools or you can use a reclaimed table or cabinet to hold everything instead. As always make sure that you are using a strong table, desk or cabinet because not only will it hold the table top but also the weight of the tools and workpiece.

49) Router Table with Rockler Table

Router Table With Rockler Table

This is a design plan to make a router table to sit on top of a large table or cabinet. It’s very important to always consider the most durable, the steadiest and the most evenly designed base. For this plan, the router sits at the middle of a tabletop with a very large working area.

A large space on top makes this router table able to work on different projects even large and complicated ones. The fence is completely adjustable and may be moved forward or back if you need to. A dust port in the middle of the fence keeps the large working area clean and safe.

The stable table base in this design lets you work without any unnecessary movements. This base also doubles as a storage system that will let you keep tools, accessories and router parts safe and handy as you work.

50) The Ana White Router Table

The Ana White Router Table

This router table design could be the one you have been looking for. It offers a large area for working, cutting and routing plus storage space at the bottom. Call this design the router table cabinet instead of just a table router because this is exactly what it is.

The table top for this design is spacious and neat. It has the usual router tip at the middle of the table with the fence large and movable at the back. The fence has the dust port at the back to catch dust, dirt, and anything that can block your view of your workpiece.

The router cabinet is another thing because this was made to hold large tools, router accessories, and parts. Two average-sized drawers and two extra-large ones will keep everything in place and will also make your working station or shop neat and clean.

Despite looking complicated, this project is actually easy to make using this router’s handy guide. It comes with a list of all the tools and materials you need plus step by step instructions on how to build everything from scratch.