I have an EF1400 and it is accepted on the Milescraft offset base but only with two elongated holes. I've found that mounting to be secure enough and have used that base/router combination to be acceptable in table edge routing ( or any large piece edgeformed with a hand held router) with medium size router bits. For larger, say 1 1/2" thumbnail bits, I use an Elu 3338 which has a much larger body base opening than the EF 1400 but the Milescraft opening is too small for that sized bit. Bits at or larger than 1 1/2" are much safer used in a router table with a substantially more powerful router. If you have to edge a very large piece with a large diameter bit you'll need a bigger router and an offset base you make yourself or purchase from a supplier like Quillman (Pat Warner).
Hope this helps,
Last edited by 48394; 09-29-2016 at 06:01 PM.
Reason: EF1400 body base opening restriction