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CLICK HERE to download the free PDF woodworking plan for the minimalist router table. Designed by furniture maker Doug Stowe, it's just a router mounted upside down on a piece of plywood. This rather elaborate router table fence has clamps built into it to secure it to the table, as well as an adjustment for fine tuning the distance of the fence from the bit.
A floor standing router table offers two advantages over smaller router tables that you can mount on your bench.
If you don't have space in your shop for a floor mounted router table, or if you want a simpler route to a router table so to speak, consider this project. A note of caution on the plans: I have a router sub-base that has several different sets of holes in it to support various brands of router.
To attach the router to the table, I would assume you would use the screws from the subplate.
Aside from the fact that it doesn't take up space on the bench, it gives you storage drawers to keep your bits, routers, and related accessories.
You can even get them with a mechanism that allows you to raise and lower your router from the table top side.