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Posted on Do I need a new router table plate

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PurpLev

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#1 posted 04-16-2010 09:37 PM

theres a big difference between molding something with a slight crown and cupping of the plate from bolting it to the base. from my experience if the cupping is the result of tightening the bolts to the router’s base you will not see it magically ‘fixed’ when putting in the motor as this is caused by either unflat plate, or some misalignment in the machining of the mounting holes in the plate and the only way to fix it is to shim 2 of the bolts (if you are mounting your base using 4 bolts)

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