Do you mean Festool? It looks like it might take a baseplate, which means there are some threaded holes under the base. If that's the case, you will be able to mount it under a plain mounting plate. You will have to find the correct length and size of bolt, and drill a flat bottom, oversized hole for each screw, wider than the head of the screw. Then drill a smaller hole in that (like a countersink, but not tapered) centered hole a little larger than the bolt to allow for any small error in your mounting hole, vs the threaded holes in the base. Don't know how you set depth with that router, however. You'd have to lock it in position and I don't know how you'd make fine adjustments in case you drill a bit off. I think it is called a flange hole, as in this picture.
Triton has a spring you remove and a built in lift with crank that fits into the end of a threaded rod to run it up and down. Just my thoughts on this.
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