Well, I haven't been wondering around here for a while - looks
like almost three years have passed
Looking at old posts,
last time I was here Harrysin wanted to anglicise my name
and send me a bushing as a gift for my old Makita - unfortunately
I missed out on this as I didn't visit the forum
At the moment I'm getting some items from a shop in Germany
(Sauter) who also sells Trend guide bushing, so I was thinking
of killing two birds with one stone and doing something about
getting my routers setup with metric guide bushes.
I'd like an opinion:
For the DW625 - is the best solution the Trend T10=DW625 DE625T10 conversion
plate + Trend guide bushings ?
For Elu OF97 - Sauter suggests : Adapterplatte fr Oberfrsen zur Aufnahme von Kopierringen - www.sautershop.de
Am I mistaken, does the Trend bushing need to be screwed to the plastic base
he suggests i.e. the plastic base has threaded holes (not sure how
long this will last with bushings being changed ? )
I guess I could make this base myself.
Any other alternatives ?
BTW - if one wanted to turn their own bushings which would
fit directly on the router, what tools would you need for
plastic or brass bushings (have no experience with
metal or wood lathe and have no clue what is possible
on wood lathe or what alternative tool/machine could be used)?