Rockler Router Plate Insert With 1-1/4" Opening For Guide Bushing Large Opening Plate
The interchangeable insert for standard guide bushings features a 1-1/4'' opening. The 4-3/8'' OD allows this insert to fit into a large opening plate with a 3-11/16'' opening.
Is This The Right Insert For My Router Plate?
Fits The Following Rockler Router Table Plates:
Rockler Router Plate C (#54074, sold separately)
- Milwaukee 5625-20
- Porter Cable 7518
- Porter Cable 7519
- Porter Cable 7538
- Porter Cable 7539
- Triton TRA001
- Triton MOF001
Rockler Router Plate D (#53855, sold separately)
- Bosch 1619-1619EV
- DeWalt 625
- Freud FT2000
Fits the Following Router Lifts:
- Rockler Router Lift FX (#23194, sold separately)
- Bench Dog® 40-150 ProLift Router Adjustment System (#28827, sold separately)
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If you are melting your plates then you are probably hitting the plate with the spinal in which case you need to pull your bit out of the collet and then lower the router to get the same height. If your bit is in contact with your bushing and you are picking up friction then you should use a bigger busing and re size your template.
If neither of those is the case then you are having air flow problems and among other things you are destroying your router. You can try drilling air holes in the plate around the main holes but avoid hitting the bracing on the back of the plate (I've done this). You should also always use some kind of dust collection it will help keep the bit cool making it last significantly longer.
Good luck, and please be safe
Hope this helps.