Cheap DIY Router Table Full Build - Final Tool Added To All-In-One Woo

Cheap DIY Router Table Full Build - Final Tool Added To All-In-One Woodworking Station

Finally, I found the time to make the final addition to my All-In-One Woodworking Workstation. A router table extension. I used a Triton dual mode router for this project because they are great for table mounting.


Check out my video review of the router and why I bought it for my router table project: https://youtu.be/I583nMcRcGY

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Router used in this video is the Triton MOF001 but is also available in the more powerful TRA001 for table mounting:

Triton MOF001
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Triton TRA001
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