If you are used to working with wood, you certainly know how a router can be useful in many situations. And you surely know, how more convenient it can be to use a router table instead of holding the router with your hands. The problem of the router table is that it is often too large and heavy to carry where we would need it.
This small router table is designed for those situations and can accommodate a palm router. But it also has a dual function, because, when not used as a router table, it can be used as a drill press table, by simply unscrewing two knobs and removing the router.
The table in this pictures is made of birch plywood and some parts, such as the feather boards, the knobs, the dust collector, the protection and caps are 3D printed.
If you are interested in building a table like this, or you want to change the size to suit your needs, you can download, through the link below, the Fusion 360 file of the assembly, and STL files of all parts to be printed. On my YouTube channel is also available a video showing the construction of this table.