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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-21-2008, 05:30 PM Thread Starter
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New to routing. Bought a generic router table. Now have to drill the adapter plate for my Porter-Cable 690 LR.
It’s manual (under “Installing the Router Table Adaptor Plate”)
has a Table 1 for various router brands showing hole sizes, recommended fasteners and whether or not base plate should be removed. However, the manual excluded a paper template (it said was included) to position the drill holes.
Is there a free copy of this on the net or can I make one? If so, how?
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Hi NatureMan

You have the best template (paper template) , it's on the router, see link below

http://wealdentool.com/acatalog/tips_23.html

http://wealdentool.com/acatalog/tips_18.html

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New to routing. Bought a generic router table. Now have to drill the adapter plate for my Porter-Cable 690 LR.
It’s manual (under “Installing the Router Table Adaptor Plate”)
has a Table 1 for various router brands showing hole sizes, recommended fasteners and whether or not base plate should be removed. However, the manual excluded a paper template (it said was included) to position the drill holes.
Is there a free copy of this on the net or can I make one? If so, how?
Thanks,
NatureMan



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bobj3,
Thanks for the help.
Just time to scan links...Looks doable but hesitate to say "mission complete" yet.
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