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I made my own router table lift

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It worked great for regular size routers then made a larger size hole for the Porter Cable big dog. And it had a slight vibration with that much horse power..658565411_topofmyhomemaderouterlift.jpg.a88ec7a87ffdcee067c264183c497ebc.jpg

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I think I made this in about 2003. I saw this contraption in a popular mechanics many years ago. All it takes to build is some smooth rods, a few pieces of all thread and some nuts and bolts.

 

 

But this is my most used router and how it is mounted I will not sell this idea to anyone.. You will have to come up with your own invention. Its not near as expensive to build one of these setups..This one I noticed is leaning a little but that don't cause no problems... I do wear my heavy leather gloves when in use...

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I have it mounted on my 12" table saw....

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You missed it Gene..Just shift the tin to the south and there it is.....I didn't think you knew anything about machinery especially the more advanced type I deal with...

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Well I see one problem for with the second picture...it's mounted on the wrong side of the support board.

You must be right-handed? I'd have to figure out a way to move it for left-handed folks.:rolleyes:

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33 minutes ago, Smallpatch said:

You missed it Gene..Just shift the tin to the south and there it is.....I didn't think you knew anything about machinery especially the more advanced type I deal with...

I know a lot about machinery...if scissors and can openers count.:cowboy:

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