Decided to finally get around to making my shop more organized and a lot more workbench space along with atleast one router table. These are just a few pics of it finished, I didnt have my camera while building it
And getting that base square with 2x4's was a real pain, there simply arent 2x4's out there that are square
I ordered a pair of 2' universal t-track's along with t-track bolts and 5-star knobs for the fence (all from rockler.com, I would highly suggest ordering from them)
Stand's 2x4's were glued and screwed..
Ran machine screws through the table and countersunk..
Ive rounded over every side of a test piece and its as smooth as butter
this should speed up and also improve many enclosure builds to come
I also plan on adding an mdf shelf along the bottom 2x4's and also will hopefully get a switch for the router much like a table saw etc. would have for quickness/safety
Louder. Lower.Team Tupperware
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