Tablesaw Wing Router Table

Table Saw Wing Router Table

I finally put together a Router table to replace one of the Wings on my table saw.

After looking around the web for quite some time for ideas, I wasn't really happy with any of them. I decided to do something different than most. I built mine from two layers of plywood. Each layer is pocket screwed together from 4 pieces, then glued together in a sandwich. The bottom layer is made so that the hole where the insert goes is 1 inch smaller on each side. This supports the Router plate insert.

Part 1. Cutting out and assembling the router table

http://youtu.be/pBIK6JCG9rc

Part 2. Installing the router table and cutting the miter slot

Part 2

Part 3. Building and installing the fence

http://youtu.be/-TYl6q_R4-Q

Parts list:

6 - Threaded Insert Nuts 1/4" x 20x20mm I couldn't find a link to the exact ones I found. the link shows one with a lip around the top, but in order to coutersink, you need to get the one without that lip. The UPC for the ones I got is 8 87480 01894 3

4 - Connecting Bolts 1/4" x 20x40mm to attach the router table sliding face.

2 - Connecting Bolts 1/4" x 20x50mm to attach the Router table fence to the table saw fence. The length of these will vary depending on your rip fence

2 - 3/4" x 24" x 32" Phenolic faced plywood, though you could just use half a sheet of nice plywood.

Cut List for the plywood

Phenolic Faced Plywood Cutlist

Or you can use the 48"x48" Plywood Cutlist