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- 1) Creston Wood Router Table Design
- 2) Router Table Pressure Jig
- 3) Simple Router Table
- 4) Jane’s Router Table Design
- 5) Patrick’s Router Table
- 6) One Project Closer Router Table
- 7) 3-in-1 Router Table
- 8) American Woodworker Router Table
- 9) Wall-Mounted Router Table
- 10) All-Around Router Table
- 11) Table Saw Router Fence
- 12) Cheap and Easy Storage Router Table
- 13) Woodworking Table
- 14) The DIY Router Table
- 15) The Country Classic Router Table
- 16) Router Table and Organizer
- 17) Trash Can Router Table
- 18) The Fold Away Router Table
- 19) $100 Router Table
- 20) The Family Handy Man’s Router Table Plans
- 21) Garbage Can Dremel Router Table DIY
- 22) Shop-Built Router Tables
- 23) Bench-Mounted Router Table
- 24) Ultimate Router Table Plan
- 25) The Rolling Router Table
- 26) Ultimate Router Table 2
- 27) Simple Router Table 2
- 28) Router Table-Mate
- 29) Router Table Cabinet
- 30) Stow-and-Go Router Table
- 31) Horizontal Router Table
- 32) Quick and Easy Router Table
- 33) Ultimate Router Table 3
- 34) Woodworker Router Table
- 35) Simple Router Table Plans
- 36) Router Table Plans
- 37) Router Table from a Reclaimed Desk
- 38) Almost Free Router Table
- 39) Basic Router Table Plans
- 40) Simple Router Table 3
- 41) Mother’s Router / Shaper Table
- 42) A Simple Router Table
- 43) A Shop-Made Router Table
- 44) The Utilitarian CNC Router Table
- 45) John Heisz Router Table
- 46) Dan’s Benchtop Router Table
- 47) Horizontal Router Table for the Slot Mortise
- 48) The Thinking Wood Router Table Plans
- 49) Router Table with Rockler Table
- 50) The Ana White Router Table
- 51) The Mounted Router Table
- 52) Scott Moore Router Table Plan
- 53) The ShopNotes Magazine Quick and Easy Blueprint
- 54) The Converted Table Saw Blueprint
- 55) Cheap Router Table Plan
- 56) The Minimalist Maker Design
- 57) Tablesaw Idea
- 58) The Simple Pop Out Idea
- 59) Free Woodworking Router Table Plans
- 60) Versatile Router Table Plan
- 61) Portable Router Table Design Plan
- 62) Building a Portable Router Table
- 63) Router and Drill Press Table
- 64) Portable Router Table Ideas
- 65) On The Wall Miter Table Station
- 66) Router Table Interior Ideas
- 67) Portable DIY Router Table
- 68) Bench Mounted Router Table
- 69) Homemade Router Inspiration
- 70) Large Router Table Design Inspiration
- 71) Sample Router Table Plans
- 72) Simple Router Table Design
- 73) Simple Router Design Plan
- 74) Basic Router Table Design
- 75) Router Table Cabinet Design
- 76) DIY Router Table Design Inspiration
- 77) Very Simple Router Table
- 78) The Basic Router Table Design
- 79) Instant Clear Router Table Top
- 80) Working Class Router Table
- 81) Classic Router Table Cabinet
- 82) Lumber Jocks Horizontal Router Table
51) The Mounted Router Table
Do you have a small working area? Do you want a router table but can’t find a place to put it? This mounted router table takes care of your space woes because it can be set up or taken down in just a matter of seconds. The table is quite small, smaller than most router tables and router cabinets but it lets you use your router without worries.
You can use this for routing, cutting and shaping and when you are done, remove the router from the brace and just fold it away. This mounted router table may not have all the other features of a regular router but no doubt that this will let you get the job done without delay. This could be the router table design your small working space needs.
52) Scott Moore Router Table Plan
This is a router table plan that gives you a huge tabletop area and a storage space in one design. This router table design has a very large top that can make you work on large workpieces with ease. This also has a fence that is as wide as the table width.
The storage area is a wonder to behold because these cabinets are huge to let you hide and store accessories, power tools and router parts with ease. The middle compartment right at the bottom of the table is where you will find the body of the router. You can quickly access the router from this compartment too and remove it from the brace to use as a hand tool.
This router table plan is quite a handful. You need to have more than basic woodworking skills and knowledge to complete this plan. However, you may still use this as inspiration for a simpler and less complicated design.
53) The ShopNotes Magazine Quick and Easy Blueprint
Have you ever had so many tools, accessories, and hardware in your workspace that you can’t find anywhere to place them? It’s time to get more organized with this router table cabinet. This is a cabinet that has enough space to accommodate hand tools, power tools, router accessories and spare parts.
It even has space to place a shop vac in so you can connect it to the dust port on your router table. With more space to carry different things you need for work, you won’t have to misplace anything. Everything has a place of its own.
But of course, the router table is huge with plenty of room to work even on larger workpieces. The table has a large router, a pressure jig, and other special attachments to help you work more efficiently. And because of its complexity, you can count on this design to be more complicated than a regular-sized router table build. Experience in working with wooden projects is a must before starting this project.
54) The Converted Table Saw Blueprint
This is a converted router table design that uses a regular table as a base. The table used here is strong and enough to hold even a large router table top plus a workpiece. The table top includes a hole for the router tip, a large and wide fence, a guard that covers the router tip as you work and a pressure jig. This table saw design even has a dust port located near the router tip and guard which is connected to a vacuum attachment.
This table router does not have a storage section at the bottom of the table top. The table stands strong and even and prevents unnecessary movement which can affect routing and shaping of the workpiece. Overall, this is a very easy project that can be done in just a weekend.
55) Cheap Router Table Plan
This has got to be one of the most spacious router table designs in this list. The table looks as huge as a Ping-Pong table! This is a project that you can build just by looking at this photo. As you can see, the router is at the bottom with just the tip protruding from the table top surface. The top offers a lot of room for routing almost any kind and size of the material.
An extra wide fence, but not as wide as the table, occupies the area at the back of the router. This is fully extendable. You can move it back or move it towards the front to accommodate any size of the material. The middle of the fence is a dust port where debris and dust are removed as you work. With this size of a table, you need to be very neat and clean at all times.
The bottom of the table has a lot of potentials. You can use this to store different things like a shop vacuum, other power tools, and accessories. In the photo, a large trash bin was placed with sandbags or weights placed inside to stead this large table.
56) The Minimalist Maker Design
If you have enough storage and shelving in your workstation then you need this table. This is a minimalist design table made from scratch. The table top has the basic router design with the router tip in the middle and a wide fence at the back. The table surface is smooth, even and spacious.
It can take any kind of material. The router sits at the bottom of the table top while a safety switch is accessible on the front section of the table in case you need to cut off power immediately to the router.
It is very important to stress the importance of strong and steady table legs at this point because this router table is the perfect example. It has strong wide legs that can hold the weight of the table as well as the weight of the workpiece. All-in-all, this router table is a good design and should be a part of your woodworking project wish list.
57) Tablesaw Idea
Would you believe that this table was made from scratch? Yes, from the fence to the storage sections, this table has been constructed according to the builder’s preferences. It looks modern with updated features. The table is very large with a lot of room for different projects.
The fence is wide and can be moved forward or backward in case you need to route a large workpiece. The table top itself is also adjustable as you can see. A sliding system lets you move it forward to improve space. The table is large and very durable.
It looks very sturdy and this is very important so you won’t have unnecessary movement on the workpiece. The large table is large but it has large wheels so you can move it anywhere you wish to work.
58) The Simple Pop Out Idea
This is a router table upside down and it simply shows how the router will be positioned at the bottom of the table top. The router tip usually protrudes from the surface at the top of the table and this is only possible when you support the router with a strong brace.
The brace used in this design is a strong piece of metal which was bolted in place to prevent movement. Most of the time a builder adds a safety switch in front of the table which will cut power from the router in case of an emergency.
This is a very simple pop up build that you can easily construct in just a few hours. You can improve this design by placing this table top on top of a table constructed from scratch or a used table. You may also place this on top of a cabinet for additional storage.
59) Free Woodworking Router Table Plans
This is a cute woodworking router table design and this is a benchtop design as well. You can pick it up and take it to anywhere you wish to work. It has a space on top to work on different workpiece sizes.
It has a wide fence that can move forward and backward; two clamps hold the fence in place to prevent unnecessary movements of the workpiece. The bench feet have a convenient place where you can place router accessories you will need for your project.
The fence has a large dust port at the back where a vacuum attachment can be placed. This will suck up all the dirt and dust that you make as you route that workpiece. This design is very easy to construct. It is also light too. This can fit on any kind of table or workbench because of its size and design.
60) Versatile Router Table Plan
This is a router table design that is so handy and easy to take anywhere. You might say that this is a very small router space to work in but actually this is has a fence that fully expands from the back. The table top can be set at the back to move the fence further back. The router can be used horizontally or vertically in this tabletop, therefore, you can work on numerous designs as well.
This table is so versatile you can move it out of your workshop to the worksite. There are a few limitations of course because this does not have a dust port or a fence. You can improve this design and add a fence, a few storage boxes and a dust port to remove dust and dirt while you work. Easy to build with simple materials to use, you can construct this router table in just a weekend.