Yes, it’s another one of those days where I’ve sent the last couple of hours scanning the internet for woodworking videos! 🙄 Anyone who follows my Twitter feed or YouTube page will know that I do this about once a week. My thanks, this week, go to 4five1’s blog, which provided me with the initial link for for this goldmine of woodworking information (that bookcase project in itself is also worth watching).
This time, I’d like to share with you a router table design that not only proves they do not need to be complicated or expensive to make; but that, you can easily build something that can easily be stored elsewhere, out of the way, when it’s not required. Though, I haven’t walked in to many workshops over here where you’d be able to accommodate a 48in-long top, though! 😉
I’m sure you could use the same adjustable-leg idea in other situations, such as on a fold-up outfeed table for your table saw.
Again, you’ll have to follow this link to see the video. I do apologise.
Thanks again to Fine Woodworking for making this one (and the others) free for all to view.
Hope you find it useful. 🙂