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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 02-16-2017, 03:32 PM
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Dave Welcome to the forum, this thread nearly a year old ,I hope that mrmicron solved his problem. But it is good information you posted ,and someone else might be able to use it.
after you have 10 posts you can post links and pictures, a few welcome and comments will get you to 10 post fairly fast.
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Thanks Herb

I was just trying to be helpful, I came across this post when I was trying to find the same info , so felt obliged to share the info when I actually found it . It actually took a phonecall to Trend to find the info , in the first place, only then did I manage to find the link which I was trying to share .

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For the benefit of anyone who did arrive here looking for that link it is:

http://www.trend-uk.com/en/US/trend/...loads&id=32375

then follow the link "TBC Trend Base Configuration Diagram
Ref: DIAG/TBC v1.0" in the right hand navigation bar and that will automatically download a PDF file onto your system which you can then save.
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I need to fabricate a base plate for my DW621-ex to take a Whiteside 30mm inlay kit bush deigned for a Porter Cable machine. I am amazed that DeWalt does not have full engineering drawings for fabricating a one-off appropriate base plate. Frustrating.
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Hello Guys, I am a new member from Holland. Thank you for letting me in
I have been looking for a 3 D drawing for inventor 2019 of a DeWalt DW 625e Plunge Router but did not succeed.
I try to draw my new routing table / saw combination and would love to save some time not to draw this DeWalt 625e router I already have.
I have almost drawn my Jessem Lift, but would love to put a 3d plungerouter drawing on it... If anyone could help that would be great!
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Hi JWB and welcome. It sounds like you need someone who is proficient with Sketchup or one of the other CAD programs. I can't help with that.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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Welcome to the forum.
I am not sure what you are looking for? Are you looking to mount your Dewalt 625e into the Jessem lift?
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Herb, thanks for your reply. Currently I am working on my new routertable.
I planned to use the Jessemlift, A Dewalt 625e plungerouter and the INKA TS-LS.
Since I want it to fit in a relative small place I want the table to be extendable.
Therefor a wanted it to draw in 3D. The table and lift are almost ready but I miss the 3D Dewalt machine.
Shure I have all the domensions, since I have the DeWalt in front of me, but it will take a couple of hours to draw it properly.
Therefore I hoped to be able to find a already made drawing of the DW 625e.

Here is a preview from my JeeEm lift drawing.

So, if you have a DeWalt 625e drawing, that would be of great help!
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