Basic Woodworking Router Table Plan - John Malecki Store Basic Woodworking Router Table Plan - John Malecki Store Basic Woodworking Router Table Plan - John Malecki Store Basic Woodworking Router Table Plan - John Malecki Store

Product Description

Basic Woodworking Router Table Plan

This basic woodworking router table plan is the best way to get all of your routing needs organized in the shop. You will have all of your necessary parts for routing in one place. It includes tons of bit storage in convenient slide out cabinets, for both 1/2" and 1/4" collets. Deep drawer storage for large accessories, a shallow drawer for larger bits, templates, jigs, and other woodworking accessories.

The cabinet uses 3/4" plywood construction with basic pocket hole joinery. This basic woodworking router table cabinet also makes great practice for cabinetry skills in any basic furniture application. These are the skills that you will be able to use on all of your future cabinet projects! I have used these same techniques to build entire kitchens and majority of our shop furniture! 

The plan also includes:

  • - 14 Page PDF with detailed drawings 
  • - Parts & Cut List 
  • - Detailed joinery diagrams & measurements 
  • (Measurements are Imperial NOT Metric) 

Stop losing time with the hassle of trying to create your own plan and cut lists. Grab yourself our Basic Woodworking Router Table Plan and start building today!  

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Total price $242.00

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Britt K
Can’t wait!

John and his team really understand their audience. For the hobbyist woodworker, these plans are perfect. Can’t wait to build it. This is my next project in the shop!

Kevin Kelleher
Decent Plan Set

Overall the plans are clear enough if you have some experience in woodworking or have watched the video of the build. For the price I feel like there should be some level of written instructions as to the suggested order of operations and pointing out things that you may miss if you aren't looking closely enough at the plans as is. There also seems to be an error in the material list where it calls for 1 sheet of 3/4 plywood but then has two cut diagrams and each tacks a majority of a sheet. This is a MAJOR oversight for when trying to price out materials and get everything needed for the build. I would expect that a materials list would be totally accurate for something like this.

Peter Fitzgerald

Great plans, the perfect upgrade from my router table now.

Stephen Dixon

great plans



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