I am building a router table to place in my table saw wing. My intent is:
- Build an oak frame that is roughly 2" x 7/8".
- Cut the top from 1" MDF
- Laminate the MDF bottom.
- Attach the top into the frame so that the top is flush with the frame.
- Laminate the top and the frame.
Question 1: If I do the steps above, then the top of the frame is laminated and the bottom is not, is that a problem? I assume not.
Question 2: If the top is flush with the frame, do I need to laminate the MDF top and frame? I intended to do this to make sure that the wood never caught on the frame lip. It does make it marginally more difficult to mount the table.