Yeah...thats it!! I built a Bathroom Vanity but was not completely happy with the doors because I couldnt get them to line up correctly. (Needless to say the way I had cut them is going to make me rethink my cutlist and actual sawing ability when a table saw is needed to not available) Anyway, ive got a Kreg BenchTop Router table and i'm thinking this thing would actually fit inside it..... A case for a portable router table. Anyone ever do this before???? I've all but scrapped this as a Vanity but I could get some utility out of it somehow. My thoughts, and I havent taken any pictures yet would be to simply find the height I want, make raisers that attach simply to the insides of the cabinet casing and whola(!), router table at my height, still portable and it gives me some extra storage for some of my other Kreg extras like the tool box, some clamps, bulk screws.............AND if I place casters on one side I could move it easily through my garage wheel barrel like to wherever I'd need it. Thoughts??
Sounds like a plan Larry. I found I use the router table much more since I've got it in a base cabinet rather than having to dig it out and set it up. I do a lot more of the nicer touches like easing edges or just doing that little extra touch that was a PIA with a bench setup.
That sounds like a good idea, remember no peice of wood is ever cut too short, it's just getting ready for a smaller project.