I personally like router tables without miter slots. I have not had a use for them other then to perhaps mount a finger board but I have plenty of ways to do that without them.
So along came the ibox jig and while I have used it on the shopsmith table saw I have not tried to use it on a router. I do have a shopsmith OPR with a miter slot but again I don't normally use those slots. I was also thinking that there are no doubt others here who have router tables with out miter slots. While you do not need a miter slot you do need a way of mounting guide bushings.
I see designs here all the time without provisions for guide bushings or reducers and to me that is one of the main things I look for in a router table. A router table without that provision is pretty much useless to me.
So lets take a look at how this idea looks:
It is a cutting board from Sam's Club with a 1" slot cut in it. There are two screws to mount the i-box jig and that is about it. You simply mount a guide bushing in your router table and then that controls the jig. It is really simple but you have to get the slot right.
The 1" guide bushing is a sliding fit in the base of the jig:
Like I said it has just two holes to mount the jig, t-nuts from the jig along with the two countersunk screws.
If anyone wants more information just ask.
I might or might not get back to finishing this idea but I have no doubt that it will work. I've done several other jigs using this method and its pretty slick.