Shop Made Router Lift Demo

I built this router lift for about . In the video I said the carriage was constructed of 1/4″ plywood. I meant to say 1/2″. This lift works great! When you consider that you can spend hundreds of dollars on a factory lift, this is a solution that is worth considering.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Comments

  1. woodentoolcompany says:

    COOL! I love home-made wooden tools. visit my channel and have a look at my wooden monsters. Pocket-hole drilling is my thing right now.

  2. davetpilot says:

    @IrishWoodDoctor The new video has been published.

  3. davetpilot says:

    @IrishWoodDoctor It is 4 pieces of 3/4″ MDF glued up to form the router holder. I then cut a circle the same size as the router using a circle cutter on my drill press. Using a rasp and file, I made grooves to accommodate the protruding parts of the router motor. It is a threaded rod. I use two nuts on the top and jammed them together. On the bottom I used a coupling nut but a regular nut would work as well. You just need to secure it on the bottom so it doesn’t spin freely.

  4. quinnsdad24 says:

    firsts of all thanks davetpilot for the demo. I made one for my router. I ran a rod all the way through the mdf and glued and screwed a 1 1/2 piece of hardwood 6″ below the MDF. I used 1/2 threaded rod and put a washer and nut on both ends. I then tack welded the nut in place on top. This guy just saved me alot of money! THANK YOU!

  5. IrishWoodDoctor says:

    That looks sweet! just one question, is it just a plywood box with the treaded rod going down through it and then you have the nut on the top and bottom?

  6. xxterribleone1899xx says:

    Awesome!!!!! post parts list and design please!!! :)

  7. davetpilot says:

    Hey Guys, thank you for all of the great comments. I know the clicking is annoying. I didn’t know what was causing it when I made the video. Someone pointed out that it was probably the auto-focus on my camera. I have a better camera now and will make another video, sans clicking.

  8. myfeeling4you says:

    the clicking is very annoying, especially when you see nothing moving

  9. Great idea,need a couple T-track slots on the table and you have the best and least expensive router table going. elfkeeper 55

  10. jimconleyjr2 says:

    Dude, Great router lift. I hope you don’t mind the rest of the world copying your design or at the very least imitating it.

  11. AudiokraftOnline says:

    What is that clicking sound? Great lift BTW. I’m gonna make something similar. Thanks!

  12. Could you list a parts list?

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