Friday, August 17, 2012

router/out feed table

   I got my camera fixed so now I can start showing some pics again. I'll start with my router table that is all ready complete ( the one I didn't get any pics for ) as you can see it's strickly for utilitarian use there is absolutly nothing fancy about it and thats the way I prefer it. After all it is a peice of shop equipment and it should look like it . The case is built from 1/2 " Oak plywood and the face frames are made from some old cedar I took off a pump house that was being torn down . Not the best wood in the world but the price was right. The drawers on either side of the router are made from melamine shelving material, it's heavy but it sure makes for a nice interior look dont You think? The drawer slides are some that I picked up at yard sale for $ 1.50 per set brand new still in the package. The table tops them selves are a matched set that I pick up at a Salvation Army trift store for $3.50 each. If you have any questions or comments don't hesitate to say something If you would like send pics of you'res and post them right here on the blog. Thanks for looking in.......................Rick


Bucks said...

Great looking table, nice a sturdy with plenty of storage, nice job.

Kate Dunkin said...

Great post, it really looks great! I came across your blog while I was reading about replacement table tops and I'm happy I did because I love seeing DIY projects. Thank you for sharing this with us!