AIR RIFLE TARGET STAND - PDF

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On Sun, 15 Oct 2006 00:17:45 -0400, J T wrote:

Hey JOAT,
Just thought I'd mention that I really like looking at the plans you dredge up, er, um 'find'.
I've been looking at various plans for a horizontal router table. WHat's the best one you've come up with? (simple design and construction, good workholding / guidance. I've got a couple panels of 3/4 baltic birch in the nasement that are just itching to help me levitate a 2.5 hp plunge router to serve as a morticing machine par el cheapo.
Best one I've seen thus far is in a heavily discounted (photos from the 1960's) router book found at my local junk-book outlet.
Bill
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Thu, Oct 19, 2006, 5:55am (EDT+4) snipped-for-privacy@line.net (Bill) stumbles in, waves, and mumbles: Hey JOAT, Just thought I'd mention that I really like looking at the plans you dredge up, er, um 'find'. I've been looking at various plans for a horizontal router table. WHat's the best one you've come up with? <snip>
I keep telling you guys, they're side-effects from searches for stuff for myself. If you guy'd google you'd come up with good stuff too. If I wanted a target stand I sure wouldn't need plans - take a stiff piece of wire, put two bends in it, stick it in the ground, two clothes pins, viola, custom target stand.
Best? Easy. The latest version of my router table. It looks good, and does just what I want it to. Plans? No plans. Why would I need steenkin' plans? I sat down, thought about what I wanted, or needed, measured, cut, drilled, put it together. No prob. It's the 3d or 4th version, and if I've got over $20 total in it all I'd be surprised.
If I wanted to set up a router in a table to do mortising, I'd do it the same way - except add hardware - threaded rod, T-nuts, handles, et al, all available from the local Ace, for adjustments. No prob.
If the first one doesn't work out, it's a prototype; take it apart, make a new one. Repeat as needed. It ain't rocket science.
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