Thanks, Victor. Here's some clarification:
I'm going to make a plate (square) and feel relatively confident in doing that. I know about leveling systems for the square plate, etc.
But I also want to buy some interchangeable rings to put in the plate, like most of the commercial router plates have. This would involve putting a circular hole in the square plate I'm making. And buying rings to go in that hole. I'm not so confident about that.
I just wonder if anyone else has done that. The current plate has no rings in it. Will the new rings in the new plate be flush? Also, the phenolic I bought is 1/4" thick, so putting rings in it seems a bit of a problem. Unless there's some ingenious way people here might know. Or a particular brand that works for this.
The current plate and the hole for it is much larger than the commercial plates or I'd just buy one like the Rousseau.
Last edited by Goblu; 05-13-2014 at 10:20 PM.