Great suggestion. I hope you make plans available so others can emulate. 
More pictures as well as sources for parts are of great assistance. Thanks.

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> I just added a hand crank to my router for the ā€œZā€ axis to make setting 
> depth of cut much easier and more accurate.  All this with a standard 
> plunge router.  This is a proto-type and in the next week or so I will 
> build a nicer version with a couple of small changes.  For one, I am adding 
> a 6ā€ ruler scale to side where I stand so I can see the depth of cut as I 
> adjust it. 
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> I just added a cabinet under the unit for storage and improved the table 
> height adjustment so now I can set the table height accurately, level, 
> using no tools, and can do it in under three minutes.  I am also working on 
> a clamping table design to be able to clamp any shape instantly and safely, 
> both horizontal and vertical.  All coming soon, I hope.  
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> I hope to also start doing videos of these improvements and some tricks 
> using the legacy instead of other woodworking machines.  
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