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Posted on Do I need a new router table plate

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#1 posted 04-16-2010 09:55 PM

yeah, check both sides with a straight edge prior to bolting the base to it. also place the plate on the table top without the base, and see if it’s all flush with the top. that would indicate if the cupping if caused by bolting the baser in – which is caused from the machining of the holes – this is normal, and can be easily addressed.

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