- Compatible Routers: Bosch 1617EVS, 1618, DeWalt DW610 and DW618, Porter Cable 7518, 690-699 series, and 890 series, Craftsman 17543, 17540, 28190, Hitachi M12VC, KM12VC, Milwaukee 5625, 5626, 5615, 5616, 5619 and Rigid R29302.
- Compatible Router Tables: 8-1/4" x 11-3/4" x 3/8" plate size is compatible with all full size Rockler and Benchdog Router Tables.
Note: Does not fit standard Incra Router Tables, Benchdog ProMAX Cast Router Table Extension for Table Saws or ProMaxRT Cast Iron Router Table Tops.
|Manufacturer Part Number||INCRA Mast-R-Lift-II|
- Exclusive INCRA MagnaLOCK reducing ring system for instant ring changes and perfect ring fit
- Includes five steel reducing rings - 3/8", 1", 1-5/8", 2-5/8", 3-5/8"
- Change router bits from the top of the table
- Quickly make super precise, 0.001" height adjustments from above
- Exclusive ball bearing mechanism for super smooth action and low friction
- Ultra-responsive, direct drive 16TPI lift screw mechanism
- Patented thread tensioning system eliminates vertical lash in the lift mechanism
- Blanchard-ground cast aluminum top plate is hard-anodized for durability
- Corner-mounted cam screw ensures a snug fit in the router table
- 8-1/4" x 11-3/4" x 3/8" plate size is compatible with all full size Rockler and fits some other brands
- Compatible with Bosch 1617EVS, 1618, DeWalt DW610 and DW618, Porter Cable 7518, 690-699 series, and 890 series, Craftsman 17543, 17540, 28190, Hitachi M12VC, KM12VC, Milwaukee 5625, 5626, 5615, 5616, 5619 and Rigid R29302.
- One Incra Master Lift II
- Five Steel Reducing Rings (3/8", 1", 1-5/8", 2-5/8", 3-5/8")
- One Lift Crank
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Excellent machining. Pleasantly surprised.Posted July 15, 2014
This does fit the Bench Dog ProMax table saw router table extension!Posted July 8, 2014
Speaking of routers, the description only lists a few of the compatible routers. There are more routers which will fit. I have a Milwaukee 5625-20 and it fits perfectly once I adjusted the clamps to the proper hole location.
This works with BenchDog Cast Iron TablePosted June 14, 2014
A) Remove the snug bars on the underside of the lift, (you do not need these for the BenchDog table due to having screws to hold it down) and it will fit just fine.
B) (My first choice) On the right side of the opening for the lift, the same side where the snug bar is located, take a hand file or sand paper or Dremmel, and remove about 1/16"of the lip holding the leveling screw and it will drop right in. The removal of this much material is very minimal and takes hardly any time. I used a hand file.
I hope this helps the others who are confused. It is a great router lift and I have enjoyed using it for the past several weeks. Don't let the cast iron router exclusion hold you back!
You can also perform above table bit adjustments and changes, a big plus from other lifts.