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stefang

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#1 posted 1637 days ago

Thanks Kimball, good advice, but I can cut the plugs out of my flat stuff with my scroll saw and some remedial sanding. Now I just have to find the right glue. The sign shop was a great suggestion. I bought my plexiglass from one, but it’s a 1 hour round trip so Im looking locally first. I know I don’t have to plug all those holes, but even with the present mount there are 7 holes; 3 for the quick release mounts, 3 for more permanent mounting screws which I had to use to mound the quick release bolts plus one for the table top height adjuster and the last four which were for the old router. Right now it could do double duty as a spaghetti drainer. I will probably just use clear packing tape the seal the 3extra ones that fit the new router and plug the 4 old ones to prevent sawdust falling into the router bottom.

If I could get the parts I’ll bet I could build an airplane with the friendly help from fellow LJs!

-- Mike, an American living in Norway.


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