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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-29-2012, 08:08 PM Thread Starter
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I want to mount my dewalt 625 plunge router under my table. I am having trouble finding a 9 1/4 X 11 3/4 mounting plate. Any ideas are welcome.
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Just check the "Table Router" and read the Sticky Message by Mike.
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Default Please take a look at incra.com

If you go to where the router table parts and accessories are, the plate you describe is listed, I think. I tried to post the link, but was refused.
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I'd just make one.

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Darrell, you can not post link's until you have made 10 posts; this helps us catch spammers quick.

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91/4 X 11 3/4 is pretty much a standard size most any woodworking store other than Rockler(who seems to be fond of 8 1/4 x 11 3/4) should have them! Probably have to drill to match dw625 though.

Here is one example that you can drill by using your baseplate as a template. Predrilled plates aren't available for many plunge routers.

http://www.jessemdirect.com/Rout_R_Plate_p/03100.htm

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Just so you'll know...I was not complaining about being denied posting of a link; I was just informing the original poster that I was unable to provide that information.
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Hi all from Thailand
After one mounts a dw625 under the table can it be lifted (with tool) from the top of the table without getting under the table or taking out the insert plate? I am going to buy a big boy router and this seems to be a good one and available here in Thailand only other option is a Mikita. Very hard to get quality machines here.
Just out of curiosity are there any other woodworkers here in Thailand???
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Dave, the Makita would be a better choice.

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