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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 04:48 PM

I just built my 3rd router table top. That’s because of new routers/new inserts, desire for larger table.

I built everyone the same way: 2×3/4 MDF + laminate.

When you glue the MDF put on a flat work bench and use screws as “clamps”. When glue is dry remove screws. Edge with hardwood and LAMINATE BOTH SIDES & it will not sag – I promise!!.

Be sure to use the thicker horizontal laminate for countertops.

If you build a cabinet will have a cross brace on either side of the insert anyway if you’re worried.

-- Everything is a prototype thats why its one of a kind!!

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