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Mounting the router under the table - what is the procedure and how does it work for a different brand of router i.e. Portercable?

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Hi,

Your insert plate should have holes to screw the base plate of your router to it. Do you have an insert plate? It's a must. The plate also has leveling screws at the corner so you can have it completely flush with your table top. Most plates fit the most popular routers, like Porter Cable. If your's does not fit, You can drill new holes into it without compromising its integrity.
Most woodworking sites carry different kinds of insert plates. You might also consider a router lift. I have one and consider it indispensable.

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