John Treble: This is definitely one of your better, more useful, projects! I'm inspired to build one now.
slimshadow777: I would never use pocket hole joints on a tool they do not take long term vibration well
Christine Taylor: Wow! Your videos have come a long way, haven't they? I pick up some helpful tips from you by seeing the process. Thanks! ~Chris.
Ernesto Talavera: Steve Just figuring out a size for the cabinet will it accommodate a 24" deep x 36" wide router top?
Ernesto Talavera: Steve royallhawaii overall dimensions H W D would be great
will c: hi guys,
what is the name of the instrument that lets you drill holes on the side, or at an angle? The one he is using.
Thomas Gustafson: Nice work Steve!
royallhawaii: Steve, I don't know if you read posts to your older videos but If you do read this, It would be nice to at least have the overall dimensions of the carcass less the casters and table top. ie, height, width, and depth.. I'll be able to do the rest from those figures I will be using my old table top and router plate. I also almost completed the router lift that you made as well. I've got a 3 1/4hp Porter-Cable motor to install into it.
Shujashaher: Great Mr Ramsey. You have a very good knack of saying things
CholTaaim: A router-table is probably going to be our next "big" project. This video series is very helpful!
william burgin: norm called and wants to know where your safety glasses are
Ulises Quezada: bonito, limpio y practico
sudeep sharma: dis is roung nid mor tink
Bryce Nelson: do you still have the sketchup plans available for this router table?
maak: I really like the idea that the electricity goes INTO the table, protects the eyes from wire clutter.
How long does it take to build something like this?
Josh Senarighi: Thinking about what if you incorporate the idea of the switch to use on a entertainment stand so that when you leave the house out of the room wat ever you can hit the switch and viola no power waste while your gone.... plus the basic shape is already stand like just make the actual shelfs/openings on the side cut slits in the back for vent.
Ben Redelings: Wow! What type of plywood/solid woods did you use??