I am making a router table out of corian, oak, and a magnesium router base.
I was originally going to glue everything together with epoxy, but now have
decided that if I ever need to change the base I would regret having to
build a whole new table. So I going to screw the table top to the frame,
and hang the router by rods through the holes the edge guides go through. I
would still like to use glue to get everything tight, yet some that can be
ripped apart if I ever have to. Would Silicon sealant meet that
requirement? If it is too permanent, any suggestions?
Silicon caulk would probably work pretty well, especially regarding removing
It is easy to remove from a non-porous surface.
In fact, if there's any shifting/vibration of the surfaces, it might even
If you wanted a bit more adhesive strength, you could go with
a polyurethane caulk instead. Still removeable but a stronger bond.
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