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Good day all,

I recently bought a Bosch1613AEVS router. I am ready to mount it to my new router cabinet I built over the winter.

So, far I have not cut the top for any plate...any good suggestions on what to avoid and what is a good plate to go with?

My initial plan was to use 1/4"Lexan mounted flush on the table top.

Thks

Dave
 

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Hi: I would reccomend using the router plates from Oak-Park, they areavailable to fit most routers. They are 11" X 11" square, and brass guides are available to fit the plate as well as brass insert to reduce the size of the opening when using smaller bits,
which is a safty consideration. I think they also have instructions to cut the hole and mount the plate. Good luck.. Woodnut65
 

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Go with the plate from Oak Park, simplifies things immensly. Make sure you put the parts you remove from router someplace safe while your using it in the table. I've lost a couple, not that it really matters, as only used in table anyway. AQ better idea would be the new 1619 router from Bosch, it's made to run inverted in a table or up right.
Tom
 
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