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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-25-2012, 01:33 PM Thread Starter
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Just got my first router from Menards,Master force 241-0836 2 base plunge/fixed router.
I was thinking about building a router table for it.My problem is all of the web page adds for base plate adapters not list my brand....I'm sure it matches up to some other brand just not sure which one...
Looking forward to learning lots here on router forums about how to use my new toy and get the most out of it.....

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Welcome Matt, there is a ton of info here, so far all of my questions have been answered

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Personally, even when my router is listed as an option for a baseplate I prefer to buy the "blank" version (if I'm not making my own). Drilling your own mounting screws is relatively simple. That way there's not a bunch of other holes to gather sawdust/chips.
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welcome to the forum. Matt.

I agree with Doug - buy a blank plate and drill to fit your router.

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