Table of Contents Hide
- 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
71) Sample Router Table Plans
This is a classic router table design that gives you more than what a regular benchtop design can. The table top is average sized, smooth and flushed at the middle to allow a panel of glass to fit to mount the router. The fence is not yet ready but most likely it will be as wide as the table width and will have a dust port, like most standard fence designs.
The table has four strong legs that were constructed over a large piece of lumber, slightly smaller than the area of the top of the table. This table has wheels too so you can glide this to anywhere you need to work. Although this router table is not yet done, you can tell that it is a very strong router table and can do more than basic benchtop models. It is easy to moderately hard project to build for a novice woodworker.
72) Simple Router Table Design
This is a benchtop router that will work great if you work at home and in the field. This has a smooth and even tabletop that will let you work on small to moderately-sized workpiece. The fence at the back is not attached to the table; clamps on both ends of the fence holds it in place and prevents the workpiece from moving. The router table is also clamped in place to prevent it from moving because of the router’s vibrations.
The router table looks like a small stool that you can take anywhere you need to work. You can place it on any level surface and start routing right away. When you are done working, remove the clamps and just keep it away.
73) Simple Router Design Plan
One of the simplest routers ever and looks like this was made from an old table surface. A jigsaw has been used to create a clean hole at the middle of the table to allow the router tip to emerge. Possibly the only thing constructed here is the long fence that keeps the workpiece in place at all times.
As always, a small slot or hole was constructed in the middle of the fence and this is where the dust port is located. The dust port keeps the table top clean and neat, perfect for working or routing any kind of workpiece.
Use this router design as your inspiration. You can construct this kind of tabletop on an old table or make a table or cabinet from scratch instead.
74) Basic Router Table Design
This basic router table design is so simple you will be able to do this in a day or two. The table top is small but could be adequate for simple routing jobs. The table also allows you to use the router vertically (the router is mounted at the bottom of the table with the tip emerging at the center of the router table) and horizontally (the router is placed at the side).
The table has four strong legs to support the table, router weight, and the workpiece weight. And because of its size and weight, you can still take this router table to your workstation or worksite fast.
75) Router Table Cabinet Design
This is a router table cabinet design that’s seamless and has a number of storage components for all your woodworking accessories, tools, and parts. Open the top up and you will find the inverted router with the tip emerging from the top of the table. The router will sit in its own compartment as you work; only a switch found along the side of the cabinet will cut off power from the router when needed.
And when it comes to storage, you can’t get a better deal than this router table cabinet. It has small drawers to place small accessories and parts in. On the other hand, large drawers can keep power tools and hand tools neatly. You can stain or paint your cabinet according to your tastes or your favorite color.
76) DIY Router Table Design Inspiration
This is another straightforward router table design that looks very sturdy and compact. This table was certainly made to last with its extra-large table, strong legs, and a huge fence. It has a wide working area to cut, route and shape workpieces. The fence is quite large with an extra-large vacuum attachment on top to quickly remove dust and dirt from the working area.
A fence can be moved back and forth, the table may also be moved as well to accommodate larger workpieces and to make complicated cuts. The area below the table is spacious as well which can accommodate the router, shop vac and possibly additional shelves and drawers. This is quite an easy design and you can actually make this in a day if you have all the materials and tools ready.
77) Very Simple Router Table
This router table allows you to work anywhere. The table top and table leg design is quite straightforward and are very easy to construct out of spare pallets in your garage. This router table has a small table top with a simple fence that may be clamped in place to prevent movement of the workpiece.
The table legs may look flimsy but these may be strengthened by constructing the table legs out of large pieces of lumber and adding a dust port as well as storage systems for tools, accessories and router parts. Make this as your router design inspiration if you are looking for a light, mobile and easy router table project.
78) The Basic Router Table Design
This is a fold away, transportable router table. As you can see in the photo, the table legs may be tucked away and the table folded down towards the back. But when set up, the table offers a moderately-large area to cut and route.
The fence moves forward and back and can be clamped in place. The router is flushed and can move through the fence from a hole in the middle of the fence. A convenient dust guard and dust port are also found on the fence assembly.
The router is mounted at the bottom of the table and when folded down, it is kept safely in a slot at the back. A safety switch is found at the side of the table to easily cut the power from the router. This fold-away router table is equipped with wheels to take it anywhere you want to work.
79) Instant Clear Router Table Top
You can easily see the router from this angle because this router table is just a makeshift router table made from a piece of glass and a wooden piece for the fence. You can instantly use this by placing it in between two large pieces of lumber. You can easily slide away workpieces to and fro the router tip which lets you work fast and smoothly.
What’s great about this design is that you can take this instant router assembly anywhere you need to work. However, you cannot route and cut larger pieces. It would also be hard to keep the router stable and immobile. It would also be hard to look for a suitable place to mount this instant router table.
80) Working Class Router Table
How would you like this easy router table on your workstation? Not only is this table spacious but has large storage spaces below to keep accessories, parts, and tools safe and ready for your next projects.
This router table has a large fence to steady any size workpieces and to prevent movement of the material being cut. The large fence is completely adjustable too so you can use this on larger pieces of material. The router has a convenient switch at the front where you can cut electricity to the router in case of emergencies. You can also count on its large storage area to hold what you need in place.
This table has lots of possibilities. You can add shelves, drawers, and other storage elements. You may also add wheels to make this table mobile and easy to take to your work area or worksite.