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Theo just bolted his to the bottom side of the 1/2" plywood he uses for his top. If you are careful when you cut the rabbets for the plate you won't need the leveling screws. You can add shims to correct it being too deep. I got a little too deep on the last table I made which was mdf with an HP lam top and I figured set screws would dig into the mdf too easily so I drove 6-8 wood screws through the lip of the rabbet and leveled them instead. Worked great. Grizzley sells a plate for $13 that works just fine but you have to drill and mount the router yourself. I don't leave them in the table when I'm not using them though. I also drilled a hole through for my above table adjustment.
 
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