For woodworking, you need a best miter saw, a best router table or a best chainsaw.., etc. But it’s not enough, you have to know about how to customize and use your tools to get a better result. Today I will tell you some tips.
Pull-out Router Table
If you mount your router table under a work table with sturdy swing-up appliance hardware, it will take only a few seconds to get your router table into action–and only a few more to put it away.
You’ll need a 16-in. space under the table for hardware clearance, plus the height of your router’s housing. Plan your installation so the table and your workbench meet flush so you have plenty of infeed and outfeed support. Planning a new workbench? Design it to fit this pull-up table and you’ll take the dread out of routing jobs, where half the battle is setting up the table.