Thanks Guysbobj3 said:Hi sawshop/Dan
If you can't use the 3 1/2" bits now, you may want to think about Vertical bits.
Or you can use a Fly Cutter to open it up to 3 5/8" .
Just a side note**** the panel bits don't need to go into the base of the router and because the panel bits always need to be used on a router table you can make spacer to drop the router down just a bit so the bits can spin free just below the top on the router table.
1/2" thick should work fine for a spacer but the mounting plate for the router must be made bigger so the bit can spin also.
aniceone2hold said:Dan, can you provide a photo of your base with the sub base plate removed? A bottom view?
This is how I will probably do it if I make one.bobj3 said:Hi Dan
I think I would stick with the plastic BUT hears one more ideal pickup some 1" thick plastic drill out the center hole and the mouting holes then drill out the holes for the plunge rods then just drill the holes for the roll pins drive them into place and your done without using any glue 1" x 9" x 9" acrylic plastic should work just fine for this one.
Also, I think I would pickup the item(s) below just in case you need to get the bit higher in the router table.
Yup I know.bobj3 said:Hi Lee
Please take a snapshot of your new Horz. router table and I will show you mine LOL