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Hi to viewers in Australia only
does anyone have a second hand, and for sale,mdf template for the incra magna lock router plate for fitting the aluminium router plate into a table. Since our government here in Australia devalued the Aus dollar prices have soared for US purchases.

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Hi , have the template you require still have not used it for my own plate .
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I'm pretty sure that icra has the dimensions of a frame on their site that will permit you to route the recess. One that is done, is a simple matter to use it as a reference to route the through hole.
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I believe it is the same as the plate on the Incra/JessEm Mast-R-Lift. I made my own template. Easy to do. The first picture shows the various bits I used and the second shows the template itself. Here are the steps I took:

- routed out the through opening using a straight bit with a bushing against the template shown in the second picture. cut was about 3/8" deep.
- used a jig saw to cut out the opening
- used a trim bit with a bearing to clean up the through cut from the other side
- then used a rabbet bit to make the actual plate opening from the top.

You could adapt the template to use a 1/2" pattern bit instead of a straight bit if bushings don't work for you. A pattern bit might make it easier to align the template halves but you will need to make it smaller.
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Measure twice, cut once and CROSS OUT THE WRONG MARKS.
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Thank you very much Phil.
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Thank you Guy
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Thank you Brian. I have done the job now.
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