Michael You could get another router. You do realize one isn't enough. :wink: Also you could get another router plate. One thing I do know you shouldn't put a bolt into a plastic ring. That ain't going to work.
Michael I agree, keep the router for handheld use and buy a bigger router for use in the table. If you can't afford another router right now I would make a temporary base plate that you can use to mount the router in the table until you get another router for the table. I have the USA model and love it.Mike that is a great little router for trim work and edge profiling. I wouldn't be too hasty to get rid of it. Quite a few of us have the north American model and I can't recall hearing anyone who didn't like theirs. I believe this is the same machine except for our power systems. https://www.amazon.com/DEWALT-DWP611PK-Torque-Variable-Compact/dp/B0049ZFUK2
This router is marked as fully compatible with that table with a big green tick. I too am finding it difficult to understand how I am meant to attach itMike I don't think they ever intended for that router to be used in a table because of its small size. The router table has an opening large enough so that you could use a panel raising bit in it which won't chuck in your router. Bottom line is that they really aren't that compatible. You could mount a plate to the router and then bolt that to the table plate but that will impact your depth of cut which is already a bit limited. That appears to be the same as our DW 611 model sold here. Good little trim router and I own that kit.