I recently received an email that went something like this: “Jeff, do you have woodworking plans for your router table?” My reply: “No, my router table is very specific to my needs. Unless you have the same table saw, you will have to make a ton of adjustments to it’s size.”
I have never given serious thought about making a woodworking plan for my router table. But, after thinking on this a while, I decided I could make plans for the router table fence. After all, it’s a unique design and a router table fence can make a world of difference when using a router table.
Since my router table fence is really an extension of my table saw fence, I am calling this woodworking plan “The Table Saw Router Fence”.
Some features of the table saw router fence:
- Easy to attach and remove.
- Excellent dust collection.
- A tall fence face for easy vertical routing.
- T-tracks for adding accessories.
This woodworking plan looks at the design ideas behind the fence, includes a cut list for components, sources for hardware, illustrations showing exploded view of the construction process and tips for making the fence as easy as possible. The plan is seven pages in length; here are two more example pages…
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I have triple checked the plan for accuracy. Be sure to fully understand the construction process prior to building your router table fence. If you have any questions about the construction process, send me a message by using the form on my About/Contact page.
DCW Woodworks Builds This Fence
DCW Woodworks built this fence and had this to say: “Finished a router table fence (still needs t-tracks) for the new router table wing. Followed a great design by Jeff Branch.”