The router plate works well with...
Posted December 9, 2010
The router plate works well with the contractor clamp. However, you must always take care to make sure to mark and alignment dados on both sides of the wood. I would recommend adding the extenders and a piece of wood to both sides of the clamp. This makes checking alignment almost effortless.
Posted January 4, 2015
I am a little disappointed with AIO, I received the Router Plate and read the back of the cardboard packaging. The instructions are in syntax almost unreadable, for exaqmple: "The other included parts are screws and they are refereed to as screws their purpose is to attache (sic, not attache, that is a briefcase) the plate to the slider." Yes screws are indeed screws whether or not they are in a briefcase or on a tool, However, I assumed these screws were included to attach (not a briefcase) the plate to the clamp. NO THEY ARE NOT, So out of the box, the plate is unuseable until you find a T-Bolt and knob or some other method. Here's the disappointing part: "Sold Seperately", yes even though AIO makes the clamp, and the plate, they can't be bothered to include such a critical part? I call this "nickel and Dime, I pay $ for the piece of injected plastic and AIO can't be bothered, or wants another few $ to sell me a T-Bolt and Knob. Very cheap,AIO.
I am just going to make my own slider for my saw and save $35, plus a T-Bolt and knob. Sorry AIO, put this in your briefcase.