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Combination Router Table/Workbench

Combination Router Table/Workbench

This router/clamping/downdraft-sanding table is Don Henderson's only workbench. The fence, which Don calls "an exercise in overkill," is made from three lengths of 2x6 birch, with a cutout in the middle for the router-bit opening. The top and ends are mahogany, and the faces are maple. The fence is aligned fore and aft using two steel rules embedded into the worksurface and clamped in place via the threaded knob on the right end. Six adjustment screws behind the movable faces level and square the fence to the table.

Don Henderson, Orleans, Ont.

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Comments (3)
Eric Brigham wrote:

Great job of thinking outside the box! This is the kind of creative design I wish we'd see more of in woodworking magazines, rather than just the same old (you know what) every month. That table is unique, and obviously personally designed for personal/specific uses; not JUST personally crafted. Great job!

2/24/2012 01:34:38 PM Report Abuse
bryonworkit wrote:

I too, would be very interested in picking up plans for this. I don't have a lot of space in my shop, and combining my router table with a downdraft table would be great

2/23/2012 08:41:27 PM Report Abuse
anonymous wrote:

where can I get plans for this?

2/23/2012 01:42:42 PM Report Abuse

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