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Free portable router table woodworking plan

Here's your low-cost ticket to accurate, convenient, and safe table-mounted routing. With basic supplies, you can be up and table routing quickly. And just as quickly, you can store the compact table away when not in use.


 



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roberthitchins wrote:

A note of caution on the plans: I have a router sub-base that has several different sets of holes in it to support various brands of router. While the plans are correct in that the intersection of the lines will always find the center of the triangle, be aware that if you have several sets of holes, the best set of holes to use are those that most closely form an equilateral triangle (3 sides of the same length with 60 degree angles).

4/30/2015 11:53:50 AM Report Abuse
cecekim wrote:

To attach the router to the table, I would assume you would use the screws from the subplate.

4/2/2015 04:59:41 PM Report Abuse
pjmdy wrote:

I clicked on the file and it downloaded as PDF (Portable Document File) with no problem. The plan gives specific instructions for mounting the router and how to set up the drill holes to do so. Double check that you have Adobe Reader or the current version - you should have no problem. I am using Google Chrome, and as soon as I clicked on the file link, a large blue arrow went down the left side of my screen to indicate the download had occurred. Then the file opened up.

4/2/2015 12:00:26 PM Report Abuse
gary142 wrote:

The full name of the file is "DP-00626.pdf" If your file comes in and does not have the ".pdf" than manually add it yourself. If you do not have a PDF reader on your computer (extremely unlikely, but it could happen), than do a google search on "download Adobe Reader" (Mac or PC) and download the free Adobe Reader.

4/2/2015 10:27:32 AM Report Abuse
brazildrika wrote:

I was able to open it, but my question is, How do I attach the router to the table?

3/21/2015 11:17:34 AM Report Abuse
csxtrainman36 wrote:

I had no problem. All you need is Adobe.

1/29/2015 06:59:03 PM Report Abuse
ronnyg1948@yahoo.com wrote:

Same thing can't access plans

1/22/2015 08:51:22 PM Report Abuse
barneyewing wrote:

Doesn't work for me, either.

1/21/2015 09:09:09 AM Report Abuse
bs0149137 wrote:

doesn't work!

1/13/2015 05:50:48 PM Report Abuse
bgtowle50589 wrote:

I can't open either. What do you mean by " add a pdf" ?

1/9/2015 10:49:08 AM Report Abuse
mcschwab wrote:

I can never seem to download/access these plans when a link is provided...maybe I'm doing something wrong??

12/19/2014 10:14:43 AM Report Abuse
ernrockon123 wrote:

you need to put a pdf on the page

12/18/2014 03:02:31 PM Report Abuse

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