I built a router table top that would attach to the side of my table saw, but have decided I would prefer to have it mounted on a rolling cabinet. It's a piece of 3/4 inch melamine particleboard with a piece of 3/4 birch plywood as a backer. The backer is offset to one side to account for the guide rail, and I used Titebond melamine glue to attach the two together. With the current backer it would be difficult to attach the table to a cabinet and have it centered.
I see three choices, (but am open to others ).
1- Start over
2- Replace the backer
3- Trim the backer
If there is a way to remove the current backer, making a new one would be easy, but I have no idea if that's possible. I guess I could use a router to trim the backer, but I wonder how close I could or should get to the melamine. So any suggestions or half baked ideas would be appreciated.