Simplicity is key in this no-frills router table. Many are highly engineered, bulky, and take a long time to build. But this one is uncomplicated and quick-to-make in just 20 minutes.
There are several variations on these drop leaf tables and we chose the simplest one, with a single leaf and a fifth leg that swings out to support it. It is perfect for a foyer and can be built with basic tools and a small table saw in a home workshop.
This is a SketchUp drawing I made for a router cabinet I installed with my Benchdog ProMax router table. This is a SketchUp model drawing. You need the SketchUp software to open this woodworking plan, it is freely available online.
Here is a small table with a drawer which could easily double as a small desk.
This mission inspired end table is a DIY project, relatively easy. Its pieces are standard lumber sizes.
Plans for a picnic table, instructions from Wayne of the Woods.
This console table is perfect against the wall or behind a sofa.
This is a Wall Table that can be moved against a wall in the house, or used as a sofa table.
This is a woodworking model for a hall table, each entity is a seperate component that can be manipulated and measured individually.
This reproduction of a rare Gustav Stickley table was featured in the December 2007 issue of Popular Woodworking magazine. Model was created, and the table was built by senior editor Robert W. Lang.