Table Saw extension wing Router Table
Table Saw extension wing Router Table
I have a few projects coming up that would benefit from having a router table. But, like most of us, I’m a bit short on shop space, so I made a router table in my table saw extension wing.
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Freaky Fast! Noce job!
Thank you for this video. I’ve been trying to decide what to do for my router table and this is perfect.
At 8:40, you use a hex wrench to raise and lower the router bit. How does that work?! I don’t see any lift function in the description of the Russeau 3509 router plate!
Good job broski . Here’s a lil tip anytime u have trouble leveling something flush with a surface like that router top put some hot glue in the rabbeted / lip area , the. Place the top on it and clamp a level to the top and bottom 💯
Nice job. No b/s and great music.
I’m pretty sure the best instruction is on woodprix.
before you start another project get with that pile of dirty laundry your standing in that shit is a trip hazard
Adding this to my delta this weekend!
Was that a lift in the router faceplate or is that a function of your router? Looks like a very useful modification. Well Done!
I have 3/4 inch melamine boards for both of my current extension wings. Do you feel that would be thick enough to support this method? Thx! Great video.
What is the tool you use @8:41 to adjust the height of the router bit when it is in your table?
Hi what kind of molding cutter you have used with the machine to make the edges .thanks
Love this Man!! got to investigate how I am going to mount it the my saw different brand older Ridgid 3650T
Heyyyy I like that glue dispenser at 1:11 !
I really like what you did. Great video and great work.
well here i go… building one for myself … thanks for video… nice job
Good job. Enjoyed the video.
Gotta say that time lapse videos usually lose me, but this was cool. I subbed.
Was all the hardware you used included with the router insert plate? I plan on doing the same think to me saw. This was a huge help
I’m with Matthew S. I normally cant get through a whole time lapsed video but this one was edited well. I think the excellent music choices helped too.
nicely done, both the project and the video
Love the flip flops! 🙂 Is that a adjustable height plate and who makes it?
Did you use 3/4” or 1/2” MDF? I doubled two 3/4” boards together, but the 1 1/2” partially or completely covers the holes in the rails making it impossible to adjust the height when it comes time to attach the extension since you’d just be screwing into the table itself instead of using a bolt and nut through the frame. I must be missing a minor detail.
Nice. Way more affordable than the saw stop extension.
I turned the music off, it was annoying. Also you are not in a race, slow down!
I like this idea! What a space saver.
Leave it to a black man to be able to saw to the beat ! 😂
Very nice. You’re making me want to build one for myself.
Good Job !
Nice, neat and inexpensive, good job.
Thanks for the video, and it looks good, but I can tell you that you’re going to have a serious sag in that table at some point in the next few years. With additional supports, you might be able to slow the process, but it will be difficult to completely prevent sagging given the materials used.
I’m enjoying your work. The videos are good but I’d like it if you could pause and explain some details. It’s refreshing to find someone doing "regular" projects with practical applications that aren’t sponsored by Rockler.
Question: Do you think it’s sufficient to attach to the fence rails or should you try to anchor to the table saw as well? I’m thinking long term rigidity.
I’d like to be neighbors 😉
This may be a dumb question, but did you buy all of the hardware, such as the router plate and sides, because I would like their information as to who you bout it from?
Sir: it looks like this Bosch router can be adjusted vertically with a wrench? did i see that right? So the router can just stay in the table and you can do your bit replacements and height adjustment, all at the table? thank you for the great video!
Кто пришлёт мне такое?
That’s a nice build Dude… Nice quality
Subscribed. Badass video boss. Keep them coming!
Good Job! Liked the video.
I wish you would have covered how you set up the fence.
you never gave us a full overview shot in the video, we got a teaser shot at the end, that too-quickly faded out
Great work! How is the router table holding up so far?
THat was bad ass.
Love the soundtrack. Great music choices – the video was also super helpful.
Just stumbled onto your video. Good job! Enjoyed the music and the video. The subject was right on point for me. You have a new subscriber!
Hi, so now it’s been a couple of years since your router table install. Do you feel that the weight of the mdf plus the hanging router has created any sag on the fence guide rails of the table saw?