Free Woodworking Plans - Router Tables

  •  Router Table Fence PDF
    At the link you can download the free plans to build this router table fence.
  •  Router Table Guard
    Follow along and build yourself a multi-purpose router table guard.
  •  French Cleat Router Table
    Build this french cleat, fully featured, compact router table that can easily be stored up and out of the way when not in use, freeing up valuable floorspace.
  •  Router Table Fence Storage
    ...I decided to solve that problem by building a multitasking fence with built-in storage for my router table.
  •  Router Table Power Feed, Build your own
    Years ago I picked up a junk motor with a reduction gear from a printing shop, I took a look at it and guessed that It might just do the job.
  •  Router Table Joinery Free Online Video
    A router table can be a pretty handy tool when it comes to cutting joinery. Dadoes, rabbets, grooves, and other simple cuts can easily be made using standard straight bits. But in the past few years, router bit manufacturers have come out with several new bits that open up some really interesting joinery possibilities.
  •  Router Table Fence
    This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a router table fence that allows use of hold downs or feather-boards. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online. We do not provide support for this software. Not all drawings have the measurements displayed but you can use the measurement tool in SketchUp to easily and accurately determine the dimensions of each lumber part. Most drawings do not have instructions, its assumed you can build it based on the completed drawing provided.
  •  Router Table Fence Micro Adjuster
    The router table in my shop gets lots of use. But it is always difficult to make fine adjustments to the fence. So I built the micro-adjuster you see in the photo above using spare parts I had around the shop.
  •  Router Table fence
    An AutoCad drawing of this detail is available at this site. The author says, Keep in mind that the width of the fence is based upon the width of your tabletop. My fence is 8 inches longer than the top is wide, which in this case is 36 inches.
  •  Router Table, Bench Top
    When I made my version of Marc Sommerfelds router table, I received some letters of criticism basically asking ...how can you do all that router work to make the table, if the table was not made yet?
  • More Free Woodworking Projects - Router Tables

  •  Router Table Mate
    Everything you would want in a router table for just $50 and a long weekend in your shop.
  •  Router Table, Vertically Tilting
    Illus. 24-13 24-16 show a vertically tilting bench-top router table featuring a shop-made router bracket.
  •  Router Table, Mini
    Make a mini router table for your high-speed rotary tool.
  •  Jig, Router Table Sled
    This sled makes it easy to cut precision joinery on the router table quickly and safely. The cover of ShopNotes issue 87 features this router sled. It solves the problems of routing across the grain of a workpiece. An MDF backing strip prevents tearout and the fence keeps the workpiece square to the bit.
  •  Router Table, Disposable
    So this is what I came up with as a cheap, simple, accurate, and portable, router table solution. It is a sort of a cross between an article in the April 2005 Popular Woodworking magazine, a basic design by Pat Warner, and of course my own humble design skills round out the plan and bring it all together.
  •  Jig, Router Table Indexing
    Recently I had to cut a series of evenly spaced dadoes across the sides of some small display shelves I was making. I wanted to make the dadoes on my router table, and I needed a way to space them evenly. That is when I came up with the idea for an auxiliary table fitted with an index pin as shown in the photo.
  •  Jig, Box Fence Router Table
    The box fence - For safe use of large, horizontal bits.
  •  Router Table
    This router table features an adjustable fence, dust collection, an easy-to-reach switch, and convenient storage for bits, accessories and even a router or two.
  •  Router Table
    This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a router table that doubles as a tablesaw outfeed table. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online. We do not provide support for this software. Not all drawings have the measurements displayed but you can use the measurement tool in SketchUp to easily and accurately determine the dimensions of each lumber part. Most drawings do not have instructions, its assumed you can build it based on the completed drawing provided.
  •  Router Table
    This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a router table for your workshop. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online. We do not provide support for this software. Not all drawings have the measurements displayed but you can use the measurement tool in SketchUp to easily and accurately determine the dimensions of each lumber part. Most drawings do not have instructions, its assumed you can build it based on the completed drawing provided.
  • Router Tables Woodworking Plans for sale

  •  Router Table Backer Block Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF
    For flawless half-lap joints, rough cut them with a dado blade, then do some fine-tuning on your router table using this versatile helper.
  •  Right Angle Router Table Push Pad Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF
    Not only does this simple guide keep stock perfectly square to the router fence, it also supports the back edge of the routed stock to minimize tear-out.
  •  Router Table Spline Cutting Jig Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF
    Adding splines to mitered picture frames strengthens the joints, and the easiest way to create them on your router table is with a dedicated sled.
  •  Router Table Cope Cutting Sled Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF
    A rock-solid support system helps you rout rail ends that tightly fit mating stiles. The large base, dado, and hold-downs designed into this sled accomplish just that, while the handle and dowel keep your hands safely away from the spinning bit.
  •  Bill Hyltons Ultimate Guide to the Router Table Book
    The router is one of the most versatile tools in any shop, and router tables make it even more versatile by incorporating it into a stationary platform. The router table opens up a whole new world of ...
  •  Telescoping Top Router Table Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF
    Project designer and builder, Jim Treece needed a router table, but quickly discovered he did not have room in his garage for another large stationary tool. His solution was this telescoping table that slides down to fit under a work counter when not in use.
  •  Router Table and Organizer Woodworking Plan
    When your router accessories have scattered around the shop like chips flung from a panel-raising bit, corral them in the drawers and cabinet of this virtually indestructible router table. You will...
  •  Tilt-Top Router Table Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF
    Count the features of this fully loaded router table, and you will quickly conclude that you got to have one. For starters, the table flips up for easy changing of bits and checking bit height. It is topped by an accurate, easy-to-build fence. A sealed compartment underneath, fitted with a vacuum port, takes care of sawdust. Below that, you will find a slide-out shelf for storing all kinds of bits and accessories. Plus, we offer an optional table design for use with an aftermarket fence.
  •  Router Table Fence Woodworking Plan
    This full-featured fence and a team of accessories make an unbeatable workshop combination. To add flexibility, the fence is designed to attach to a router table in just about every imaginable way...
  •  Tilt Top Router Table Woodworking Plan
    An open-and-close shop tool designed with you in mind. Count the features of this fully loaded router table, and you will quickly conclude that you have to have one. For starters, the table flips up ...
  •  Router Table Organizer Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF
    Whether you keep it simple or dress it up, this project will become your one-stop router headquarters. When your router accessories have scattered around the shop like chips flung from a panel-raising bit, corral them in the drawers and cabinet of this virtually indestructible, easy-to-make router table. You will gain a rock-solid work surface, with quick router access to adjust and change bits.
  •  Router Table Woodworking Plan, Go Anywhere
    Not every shop has room for a large, stationary router table. That is why we designed this unique router table that clamps to your bench. Once the job is done, simply fold the table up and it stores neatly out of the way. We have also included step-by-step instructions for building a unique fence that doubles as a handle for moving the router table around. The fence is easy to adjust and locks down tight for precision, accurate cuts every time. A pair of sliding faces let you change the size of the opening around the bit.
  •  Router Table Woodworking Plan, Space-Saving Bench
    The compact size of this table makes it easy to tuck away and store just about anywhere. When it is time for some router work, simply mount the table to your workbench with a face vise or clamps. Quick-release toggle clamps allows you to install (or remove) the router in seconds. Aluminum tracks along the front and sides of the table make it easy to quickly and accurately position the fence or a featherboard.
  •  Router Table on the Table Saw
    Save valuable space in your shop by adding a router table to your table saw! Unique woodworking plan shows you how to build a MDF router table that attaches permanently to the outside edge of your table saw. We have also included plans for an easy-to-build router fence that attaches to your table saw is rip fence-with replaceable inserts, dust collection capabilities, and even router bit storage.
  •  Portable Router Table
    There is no doubt about it, a router is absolutely necessary to modern woodworking. Trimming a workpiece, cutting a mortise, routing rabbets, dadoes and grooves, there is almost no end to what you can do with a good router. Mounted under a table, a router becomes even more valuable. Now, you can shape corners of long pieces, make repeated, stopped cuts, and have a safe, large working area. The only thing is, the average router table takes up a lot of floor space in a shop, and it really is not built for hauling to and from a job site. That is where our Portable Router Table comes in.
  •  Router Table Woodworking Plan
    This low cost, table top router table features universal router insert, fully positionable fence, and clear plastic safety guards. Plan shows how to make the miter gauge, router bit holders and vacuum...
  •  Router Table, Ultimate
    You can not buy a router table this good. But you can build one. At first glance, it may look like an ordinary, floor-standing router table. But walk over to it, lift up the top section, and you have a portable router table that is ready to go on to the workbench or out to the job site.
  •  Router Table Woodworking Plan Featuring Norm Abram
    The router table that Norm originally built was and continues to be a very popular choice for building. The newer improved version includes some of the tweaks Norm has thought of after years of using the original router table. An improved top and electrical hookups to name a few. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual paper plan you are buying.
  •  Benchtop Router Table Woodworking Plan
    This project is a must in your shop and you can put it together in a weekend for less than $100 plus the cost of your own wood. Its fence adjusts in a flash and locks into T-slotted mini-tracks with...
  •  Ultimate Router Table
    This design includes just about every wish-list item we could think of for a shop-built router table. Large, thick top - It is big enough to handle most workpieces, and it is equipped with a miter track for holding jigs and other accessories. T-track fence system - Includes a micro-adjust feature for precision cuts and also plays a key part in the builtin dust collection system. Storage - Below the table, the stout base adds ample storage. And there are casters that make it easy to move the router table around your shop. Inexpensive MDF - Saves you money in material costs. This woodworking plan appeared in ShopNotes magazine No. 100
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