Picture of Router table for a Dremel Trio
I bought a Dremel Trio and it's awesome, but my cheap nerve began to itch when I saw router tables, so I figured it wouldn't be hard to make one for this little guy.  The lock next the trigger makes this possible, and in the future I will keep it on and mount a switch on the side.

Fair warnings:  The Trio is not to replace a multiple horsepower router, so don't think this will be the only router you need if you do a lot of projects.  Next warning:  You have to drill a hole through the metal base on your Trio, it won't affect anything and you can still take off the Trio and use it as usual. Hope you like it!

Step 1: Materials and Tools Required

Picture of Materials and Tools Required
Materials (all types of wood are what I had in the garage, so they're not set in stone... er wood)

  1    3/4 inch Plywood 24" x 18"
  4    2x4 x 18"
  1    1x6 x 4'
  1    1x2 x 3'
  1    1x4 x 4'
  30  2" screws
  2    bolts to fit the Trio fence bolt holes
  1    1.5" bolt/washer/nut


  Table saw
  Drill   1/8, 3/8 bit
  Dremel Trio 
  Spade bits  3/8, 1/2, 1 1/4 inch 
mmohon1 year ago

This is the exact thing I had churning in my head. Thanks for this guide. Have you done any cool projects or such with this? I'm tempted to try dove tailing some joins.

pat42586 (author)  mmohon1 year ago

Well since they pretty much stopped selling bits for the trio I refitted it for my skil router (just relocated the mount holes) but I've gotten a ton of use out of this thing, anything a regular router table can do, plus you can just nail straight into the table to do circles. Thanks for checking it out!

zomfibame3 years ago
nice idea
pat42586 (author)  zomfibame3 years ago