New router base
Help needed to laminate Lexan, (polycarbonate). I acquired a used router with no base, no problem! I thought I'd just pick up some Lexan at the hardware store and make one. Mmm, not so. They have some but only in very thin sheets. I will need to laminate 2 or 3 sheets to get it to a thickness that I can use to counter sink the screws that hold it on. I DID get a great deal on a scrap large enough to make 3 complete bases, $5! So I need to laminate a couple of 6"x 6" sheets. Has anyone done this? What glue/chemical/solution have you used?
This maybe belongs in a different thread?
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