It seems to me the real question is "will any router table work with any base plate?" Certainly the table top must be strong enough to support the router and remain absolutely flat. The O-P table top supports my Makita 3 1/2 hp router quite well. The O-P table top is 3/4 in (19 mm) thick. The square baseplates used in the O-P table top can accomodate or be drilled to accommodate any router I know of.
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