Somehow I got the idea that for my small, almost-no-tools shop, it would be useful to mount my Bosch 1591EVSK jigsaw to the underside of a router baseplate that would fit my CMT router table.
I have yet to determine if this was a good idea that is actually useful, but the jigsaw has been installed.
I purchased from Sam's Club a polyethelene cutting board, nominally sized at 15" x 20" x 1/2" for $10.
Used the Bosch jigsaw to whack the 20" dimension down to 11 1/8", taped the cutting board to the factory-supplied CMT router mounting plate that is 11" x 15" and reduced the cutting board down to the mounting plate dimensions using a flush trim bit.
Removed the baseplate cover from the baseplate of the jigsaw to use as a template for marking the mounting holes on the former cutting board; marked, drilled and countersunk the holes. Three of the four holes matched up perfectly; a personal best for me!
Mounted the jigsaw to the new plate to see where to mark for the blade hole; I would have liked to cut a slot for the blade instead of drilling a hole, but couldn't figure out a way to cut that small a slot and figured the chances of doing it accurately wasn't that good anyway.
I'm sure this setup is extremely limited compared to using a bandsaw, but I don't have one (yet) and thought this might be helpful in the interim.
Having researched the Router Forum archives, I know the whole "install jigsaw in a router table" question has been asked only once or twice before, so clearly this is a solution in search of a problem; regardless, I submit this post and photos for future reference and current discussion.