Here's a special photo gallery of router tables built by woodworkers who used my plans adapted from Norm Abram's design. I like the way each person adds his or her own personal touches to the design.
My thanks to those of you who undertook this project and submitted photos of your work. These images are a testament to your diligence and craftsmanship and will inspire others. I applaud you.
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In respect for the privacy of our contributors, we do not reveal their identities or email. So, just enjoy the work they have
so generously shared with us.
Special Exception. Read the story behind Randy Sharp's beautiful table on LumberJocks.com.
Like to see your own router table in our gallery? Send me the word and attach a decent photo or two, and I'll include yours.
Thanks for looking, and I hope you enjoyed your visit.
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