A featherboard holds wood snug against a fence for a safer and cleaner cut when ripping, routing, drilling and more. Easily increase your featherboard height for vertical routing operations by adding this kit to your existing Rockler Table Featherboard (#53677). Don’t have a Rockler Featherboard yet? Purchase the retrofit kit with our Rockler Table Featherboard (available below) to make a double featherboard for applying pressure at the table level and at the top of the router table fence 3″ above the table.
List Price: $ 9.99
Price: $ 9.99
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Question by rmlowrie: how do I build a router table?
I have a DeWalt 621 plunge type router, and I want to convert it into a mounted device on a router table. I cannot find any plans online so if anyone can help me with this that would be great. My goal is to convert some of my hand power tools into desktop, or bench/standalone work tools: plunge router into a router table; my skil saw into a table saw.
Answer by Huba
I’ve seen plans for router tables in the self help books at Lowes and Home Depot but not for making a table saw. Most saws have a safety switch that has to be depressed to turn it on; also, under a table would reduce the depth it could cut and might make it difficult to adjust the height of the blade.
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