woodgears.ca/router_lift Showing how I built the tilting router lift, step by step.

Plans available for sale here: woodgears.ca/router_lift/plans_t

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    • Frank Davis
      Frank Davis

      Hallo Matthias.
      Darf ich fragen was für eine Tischkreissäge verwendest du?
      Ich bewundere sehr deine Werke - sind bis ins Detail sehr gut durchdacht und einfach G E N I A L. Bitte, bitte, weiter so. Du bist der Beste. Dein Fan.

      about 10 hours ago
    • Alfredo Vergara
      Alfredo Vergara

      good muy bueno

      about 12 days ago
    • Boogerweldz
      Boogerweldz

      This is were i come when i wanna learn how i should have done it. The mistakes are worth it in experience and then my final questions and details are more than likely derived from your version of...tilting router table, sleds and jigs, fences. Toss in some Izzy Swan left field creative and you have the two best i know of on you tube wood channels in entirely different ways.

      I was/am a well rounded jedi in metal, but i cant turn off the wood bug thanks to this guy and Mr. Swan,. Its been router bits and maple or birch instead of plasma electrodes and .250 wall tubing or dimple dies. I suck, but i can look up again and have internet mentors. I throw tools again and cuss in the garage. Life is good, until i step in the big can of polyurethane wearing flipflops.

      about 1 month ago
    • Timothy Watson
      Timothy Watson

      Do u have plans for a drill press and how much do they cost

      about 1 month ago
    • Ibrahim Goma
      Ibrahim Goma

      seriously i want a video with all your fails coz seeing you doing everything that easy is annoying :D im not watching this video coz it seem to be same as other something complicated done as easy as eating yogurt tell me the secret , well it would be tell us !

      about 1 month ago
    • Paul Debrick
      Paul Debrick

      Do you need to use hard wood or can I make it all from soft wood

      about 1 month ago
    • Matthias Wandel
      Matthias Wandel In reply to Paul Debrick

      baltic birch plywood

      about 1 month ago
    • josef edgard
      josef edgard

      Witam i pozdrawiam!!Bardzo pomyslowo i ciekawe rozwiazanie wspomagania frezarki z jednego stanowiska!!Duza wiedza,duzo pracy i cierpliwosci aby wszystko to dzialalo i pomagalo w pracy,Tak trzymac!!Sam pomysl to Majstersztyk!!Prima!!Dobry material filmowy ktory duzo mowi jak mozna samemu stanowisko jak i maszyne troche ulepszyc!!Super!!

      about 2 months ago
    • chazmaz zing
      chazmaz zing

      Very impressive how you make small adjustments in minute details to get precision results.

      about 3 months ago
    • Michael Dudley Welch
      Michael Dudley Welch

      After I watched the entire video...........all I can say is, “wow”.

      about 4 months ago
    • Latest Machinery
      Latest Machinery

      Matthias Wandel
      Good idea !!! i like your video , Thank you for sharing

      about 5 months ago
    • Ryan Lamp
      Ryan Lamp

      Matthias, do you ever get tired of people telling you how wicked smart you are? I know I sure don't :~)

      about 5 months ago
    • Abo Amiaer
      Abo Amiaer

      انت رائع ومبدع I love you man👍

      about 5 months ago
    • aneq _nezary
      aneq _nezary

      Hello my brother how are you .. Can you help me I need to teach me these things I have ambition and I want to exploit them before I draw my head and go my soul. I need your help in order to comfort the families of war. You have destroyed us and destroyed our youth. Please help me, please, brother

      about 5 months ago
    • Sanjay Bajpai
      Sanjay Bajpai

      Wonderful

      about 6 months ago
    • Анатолий Тимохин
      Анатолий Тимохин

      👍👍👍👏

      about 6 months ago
    • Jeffrey Sykes
      Jeffrey Sykes

      how do you attach some sort of dust collection?

      jeffoldbean.

      about 7 months ago
    • александр shtil
      александр shtil

      умный мужик!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      about 8 months ago
    • P.R. Nadh
      P.R. Nadh

      Most interesting works, and amazing ideas, many many thanks.

      about 10 months ago
    • spyhunter99
      spyhunter99

      just finished by build of this. Thanks Matthias!

      about 10 months ago
    • Dmitriy Lobov
      Dmitriy Lobov

      Loving videos, advice and adventures but at times can't help but to wonder if certain things were not meant to be made of wood and it is a bit of wood chauvinism... ;)

      about 11 months ago
    • Alan Kim, Jr.
      Alan Kim, Jr.

      So smart and such a gentle, modest and efficient easy going way. Never tedious. Amazing.

      about 11 months ago
    • Florian Soddemann
      Florian Soddemann

      Is it possible to build this entire lift from baltic birch plywood? I don't have access to hardwood, that's why I'm asking

      about 1 year ago
    • James Davis
      James Davis

      I have to agree. Totally brilliant!

      about 1 year ago
    • Andrey Savin
      Andrey Savin

      Its all nice and stuff, even more than nice but, how much a contraption like that would have to cost if you built id for someone. Lets say a sketch, plus going to a store buying all bolts and nuts etc, than a detailed trawing and cuting , measuring gluing and so on, i wonder did he spent more than 10 hours building this,
      How much? Anyone has an idea

      about 1 year ago
    • Валентин Ткаченко
      Валентин Ткаченко

      Класс...молодцом...все что надо и для людей...

      about 1 year ago
    • Kevin C
      Kevin C

      Sweet Jehoshaphat. What a nice job.

      about 1 year ago
    • jimmi Kater
      jimmi Kater

      what is the name of that router? im thinking of buying a makita rt0700 and building a routerlift, but i need more power and a bigger router? cant find one though. Your router looks stronger though.

      about 1 year ago
    • Paweł Kruk
      Paweł Kruk

      You are the best!

      about 1 year ago
    • Enver Boyar
      Enver Boyar

      Çok faydalı....

      about 1 year ago
    • Keyvan Parsa
      Keyvan Parsa

      Matthias Wandel is a genius! I love to watch his videos. For me (a toolmaker and a later mechanical engineer) this is pure relaxation. He looks so resting in himself. Good!

      about 1 year ago