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Posted on Combination of BB Plywood and MDF for Router Table Top

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#1 posted 11-28-2018 02:36 AM

Like any project, you simply need to reinforce where you expect the loads to be highest. You can check out my blog linked below for my DIY router table wing I built for my table saw.

I used 3/4 phenolic faced ply and simply reinforced across the bottom with a couple of strips of 3/4×1 1/2” oak strips. No sag after 3 years with the big PC router motor and a fairly heavy Jessem lift. The strips made a convenient place to attache the home built dust shroud that goes around the router motor.


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