Konnichi wa minna-san! I decided to rearrange things in my tiny basement workshop. Just 2,5 qm ain't much space, so I had to think of something space-saving. A stationary router/router table would be a good modding help. With a built-in cabinet, I could even stow most of my tools inside. It didn't take long to decide: I want, I need, I have to build a router table. #0 / Up-to-Date Photo: This is how the router table looks like right now: Miscellaneous Data: Used tools: Plunge Router, Drill, Jig and Random Orbit Sander Used accessories: Forstner Bit, Rulers, Vices, Miter Vice and Drill Stand Dimensions: 86,5x90x63cm (HxBxT), Top 2,7x100x73cm (HxBxT) Materials: Multiplex 30mm and 18mm, Blockboard 3-ply 19mm and Aluminium 5mm Weight: >30kg Photo Post-Processing: GIMP (PP) + Inkscape (Frame) Links you might consider visiting: hobbywood.de (PDF) insidewoodworking.com freeww.com rockler.com #1 / Planning: I've got some issues with numbers, so Google SketchUp helped me with figuring out the best dimensions for this project. #2 / Wood: Here you can see the basic material for the cabinet. Its blockboard 3-ply, three boards 100 x 125 cm large and three boards 100 x 85 cm large. #3 / Cutting: At first, the blockboard was too large. A jigsaw is not a good choice for long distance cuts and I did't not own a circular saw. Since there was no alternative, I took my router and a board as guidance, then used the router as circular saw replacement. Routing in steps was quite fine.