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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-16-2010, 02:36 PM Thread Starter
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its a longshot,

I've got a burned out Delta Ras motor, and I still have the table and arm that works great..

I was hoping to mount my bosch router to the arm, same as the motor was,
I'm prepared to make a mounting adapter, but it sure would be nice if they already exist for sale?

hmmm...
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Welcome to the forum!

I'm part of the way through a project like yours. I'm mounting a Porter-Cable 690 onto a Ryobi RAS. My brother machined an adapter to adapt an adapter I found on Ebay.

Here's a link to a CNC router adapter similar to the one I'm using.

K2 CNC Router Mount -Hitachi Bosch Porter Cable Makita - eBay (item 380207547526 end time Feb-26-10 18:25:02 PST)

I'll post pictures soon, I hope.
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Hi Chrisray

Welcome to the forum. It strikes me that most of it could be done with two big Jubilee clips and a modified construction bracket for about 3 bucks.
I'm not sure what Jubilee clips are called over there - probably hose clamps. It took me ages to explain what I wanted here in Croatia and when they finally understood and went and got some, lo and behold, they were stamped 'Jubilee'. They just weren't using the name.

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I think 'Jubilee' clamp might refer to what we call 'hose clamps'.

BTW,do a Google on "pin router" and "over-arm router". I've found several DIY versions, but forgot to bookmark them.
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