You are here: Home > FREE PLANS


INCRA Router Table Stands are the most innovative on the market!

Every woodworker dreams of a router table cabinet with doors, drawers, & downdraft-style dust collection, and INCRA stands give you a big head start by serving as the supporting framework - just slide 1/2" panels into the leg channels and start dividing the interior.

The rest of your head start comes as a FREE set of plans & video for the Ultimate INCRA Router Table Cabinet, courtesy of Guy's Woodshop, so your shop time is spent building instead of guessing at the details.

Guy Dunlap's design is the perfect foundation for one of your most important tools: Based on the big
INCRA 27" x 43" offset router table , matching INCRA table stand , and the Mast-R-Lift-II Router Lift, it uses INCRA CleanSweep Dust Collection components and gains mobility with the INCRA Wheel Kit .

In addition to Guy's two-part build video, you'll find a full PDF which includes a cut list, a plywood layout diagram, and even a downloadable 3D SketchUp model and it's all FREE, even the SketchUp Make software used for the model.


This is an ideal first project! Pair this cabinet with the INCRA CleanSweep MagnaLock Rings for the best performance. Looking for an already-finished solution? The INCRA CleanSweep Cabinet gets you up and running in minutes.

About the plans:

Router table guru and INCRA expert Mark Mueller from Indianapolis spent a little of his shop time to devise an easy to build and extremely effective dust collection system that will be perfect for your router table. The Pivot Door Downdraft uses common hardware store fasteners and fittings and is made with all wood construction. It's a great way to keep your shop cleaner, and the all wood construction provides even better noise suppression than the metal cabinets on the market.

The pivoting door design is great for wide open router access and won't SLAM shut when you forget to close the door before turning on your dust collector. For the cover photo shown above, Mark glued up a decorative panel to dress the design up a bit, but a solid plywood or MDF panel will work just fine. Treat your woodshop, your lungs and your ears to this wonderful project.

You'll never regret it!


Use these decorative pieces to hold hot pans and dishes off the surface of your kitchen table or breakfast bar. They look nice enough to leave out even when they are not being used.

They are quite easy to make and there are many ways to modify the design, The plans call for enough wood to make two trivets, but don't be surprised if you find yourself making more.

This is one of those projects you'll want to make for everyone on your gift list!

You can also buy other projects from - INCRA Projects & Techniques Book.

Features step-by-step plans for more than a dozen original INCRA projects, plus 11 special techniques sections that will turn you into a real INCRA Pro!