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Hello! This is my first instuctable, and in it I will show you how to make a Router lift for your router table out of recycled hardware. This ...
These are the rails out of our old closet door.
As you could see from the first picture, the list is based on a triangle. I did this because I´m still learning woodworking, and my miter cuts are ...
This part is a bit complex, so I'll brake it down into parts. On the tablesaw, use the miter slider to cut 2 identical pieces, based on the ...
Now cut 3 pieces of plywood (or whatever you are had on hand). These are where the rails slider screws are going to fit into. This is also ...
Assemble the sled, mark and drill the 2 hole for the screws.
Glue all the pieces of ply together and put a couple of screws in to keep it nice and tight. I used some clamps to help me keep ...
Now, you place your router on top, mark where you have to cut out the ply in order to fit the router into the slide
Now, the way we are going to move the router up and down is using a threaded rod, and the way to mechanically attach it to the wood ...
Now, we start putting it together. I cut 3 pieces of plywood to screw the rails into. Do a dry fit and if everthing fits, screw the 3 ...
Attach the sliders to the router sled using the nuts and bolts. then place then all in the lift.
Screw the top plate in place and put in the threaded rod. I used a small metal plate that came with the closet rails that I did not ...
I screwed the lift under a plywood faceplate in my table. It works great and i don´t have to remove the router and plate to make hignt adjustments ...
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