In this video, Jesse DeGeest (aka Samurai Carpenter) maintains his knack for unconventional approaches to woodworking and joinery. The task at hand involves large through-tenons in 2-by material. Using a large, square piece of 3/8-inch Plexiglass stock, DeGeest drills a series of holes for mounting screws. He then mounts the Plexiglass to the router and drills more holes through which he mounts guide rails, turning the router into a sort of sled. The method is inexpensive and quick to set up. In essence, your hand-held router becomes a portable router table.