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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-01-2016, 12:02 PM Thread Starter
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Default New Acrylic Base Plates Available

Thought some of you guys with different routers would be interested in knowing, Dave and Eric just added some new base plates available for Bosch Colt Compact Router, Makita Compact Router Model number RT0701C, Ridgid Compact Router model R2401, as well as the ones they previously had for the Dewalt DWP611 and Porter Cable 450. Here's the link for those interested.

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Thanks Bobby I have that Makita router and now I can get a base for it.
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Your welcome Don. Glad I could help out. They only had the 2 before for the Dewalt and Porter Cable. When I went to order mine the other day I saw they finally had some made up for the other routers. So I thought it would be a good mention to the members here needing or wanting them.

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Thanks BobbyLee. I'll give the DeWALT version a shot. The expanded size of the base will be the key as I like the handles on my plunge base.

In the past I had a 15" square acrylic base. base made for my big DeWALT to use in routing bowls. The local plastics shop only charged 35$ to cut and drill the base and they matched it perfectly.
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