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Ryobi Tablesaw/Router Table Combo



I decided to make my space more functional by building a table saw/router table combo. There are storage shelves underneath where the saw and router sit. I snapped a canvas bag to the inside to collect sawdust and was also able to keep my cheap, horrible 1 gallon shop vac connected and attached to the router (the hose can be tucked underneath or put away if you are working with bigger stock.

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  • Plans and/or a cut list would be nice.
    By Ajhall5136, on November 6, 2018
    • Hey!  Quite honestly, I literally looked at the wood I had laying around and kind of "shlept" it together.  However, I do know the order in which I did things, the materials I used and can gladly put a cut list/plan together for you.  Let me know!
      By MommasAryobiToolJunkie, on November 6, 2018

  • I would appreciate that very much. I really want to build this. Your "schlepping" turned out to be a pretty awesome looking shop addition. I've been wanting to upgrade my table saw to a portable job-site version, and I'm looking for a permanent home with a generous work surface for it. The addition of the router table only added to my interest in building this. So yes, I really would appreciate it if you did that. I don't trust my own schlepping abilities 😊
    By Ajhall5136, on November 8, 2018
    • I started putting it together for you last night. As soon as I have it finished I'll find a way to get it to you.  You can follow me on Instagram @ kaycolon_  and DM me...we can exchange email addresses and I'll email it to you.🤗
      By MommasAryobiToolJunkie, on November 8, 2018

  • Thank you very much for going through the trouble. It is appreciated. You'll have to bear with me -- I'm kinda clueless about navigating and using social media platforms. I don't Twitter, I have a Facebook account but I haven't checked in a year or more, and I only now opened an Instagram account. I sent a follow request. My email is Ajhall5136@gmail.com. 

    Now I'm off to see if I can figure out Instagram. I suppose that's what my daughter is for 🤔
    By Ajhall5136, on November 9, 2018

  • Did you ever do your plan together for this?  If so, i would appreciate a set.  acrothebat@yahoo.com.  Great job!
    By user_farris_1581622, on August 9, 2020

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Ryobi Tablesaw/Router Table Combo

by MommasAryobiToolJunkie
Sep 18, 2018

I decided to make my space more functional by building a table saw/router table combo. There are storage shelves underneath where the saw and router sit. I snapped a canvas bag to the inside to collect sawdust and was also able to keep my cheap, horrible 1 gallon shop vac connected and attached to the router (the hose can be tucked underneath or put away if you are working with bigger stock.