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Rockler Router Plate Insert With 1-1/2" Opening For Standard Plates

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22595
Rating:
86% of 100
Rockler Router Plate Insert With 1-1/2" Opening For Standard Plates
Rockler Router Plate Insert With 1-1/2" Opening For Standard Plates

The interchangeable insert for standard plates features a 1/2'' opening. The 4'' OD allows this insert to fit into a standard plate with a 3-1/4'' opening.


Is This The Right Insert For My Router Plate?

Fits The Following Rockler Router Table Plates:


Rockler Router Plate A (#54820, sold separately)
  • Bosch 1617-1618
  • Bosch MRC23EVSK
  • Bosch MRC23EVSK
  • DeWalt 616-618
  • Makita 1100
  • Milwaukee 5615-5624
  • Hitachi M12VC (Fixed & Kit)
  • Porter-Cable 690
  • Porter-Cable 890
  • Porter-Cable 7529
  • Porter-Cable 97529
  • Porter-Cable 8529
  • Rigid 2930 Combo Kit

Rockler Router Plate B (#50007, sold separately)
  • Craftsman Standard
  • DeWalt DW621
  • DeWalt DW621K
  • Freud FT 1700E
  • Freud 1702 VCEK
(1) Rockler Router Plate Insert With 1-1/2" Opening For Standard Plates
More Information
Manufacturer Part Number TARTI-10
Weight 0.1000
Tech Spec
  • Opening: 1/2"
  • Outer Diameter: 4"
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Easy to install
Easy to install.
September 27, 2018
Purchased
11 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
table insert
inserts are great addition to my router table
April 26, 2015
Purchased
over 4 years ago
It works
The plate fit exactly as expected. The reason I only gave it three stars is it is not very durable. It gets worn out and needs to be replace regularly. Perhaps they should make it out of harder plastic or aluminum.
July 16, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
to use in my shop
Tom D on Jul 1, 2019
It was an item that my husband wanted
Annie M on Jan 13, 2019
to use in my shop
Tom D on Jul 1, 2019
Damaged my original router plate
RAUL L on Mar 20, 2019
It was an item that my husband wanted
Annie M on Jan 13, 2019
Just got my first table and need to be able to use larger bits, than the plate that came with table, will allow.
Stephen H on Jan 4, 2019
Fits my Rockler router plate and you need more than one of these
Michael E on Mar 13, 2018
Needed insert with larger opening
James H on Jul 1, 2017
building a table
Jim H on Jun 18, 2017
Because it was the right size and for Bench Dog
Barbara B on Apr 18, 2017
For Rockler plate, group A
John T on Mar 10, 2017
I need it for larger router bits.
Robert G on Jan 17, 2017
for my bench dog router table
Fred W on Jan 13, 2017
Router table upgrade
Paul P on Jan 11, 2017
needed for larger bits.
LARRY L on Jan 5, 2017
The original router plate has become worn.
Joe E on Sep 22, 2016
Safety and a good value.
Chris C on Apr 16, 2016
good mid size choice.
Hal S on Apr 11, 2016
use of larger bits
kevin f on Apr 11, 2016
Trying to find an insert ring for a Craftsman router table insert plate.
Shawn M on Mar 30, 2016
Need a larger opening for an round over bit.
GoatPilz on Sep 27, 2015
to fill an empty hole hope it fits
Dennis N on May 8, 2015
Damaged my original router plate
RAUL L on Mar 20, 2019
Just got my first table and need to be able to use larger bits, than the plate that came with table, will allow.
Stephen H on Jan 4, 2019
What size are the screws that come with these?
Kevin M on Feb 18, 2018
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BEST ANSWER: #6-32 x 1/4" long
is the center hole 1 1/2 or 1/2 inch. looks like the description is off on this product?
ryan f on Mar 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: My Rockler Router Plate Insert opening measures 1 5/8". I don't know if this information helps or hinders your quest. I will say that the problem with these inserts that I have experienced is that most of them are not flat. While this is not too much of a problem with large workpieces it definitely is a problem with small workpieces. I have gone back and forth with Rockler's customer service on this issue and, while they have been helpful and have sent me replacement inserts (most of which were dished) the even admitted they knew about the problem and couldn't do anything about it. I even sent Rockler a letter describing the issue and never even received a reply. Maybe they have fixed the problem by now but I have no way of knowing. Put a straightedge across your insert to determine its flatness so you are at least aware if you have that issue...I had to find out the hard way.
will these inserts also fit the bench dog plate?
jeff g on Apr 20, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Nope, they are specific to the Rockler router plate.
How do you cut the blank plate to the size of your bit? Do you insert it with the bit below the blank, turn it on and raise it?
Dorothy S on Jul 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: For bits slightly larger than the 1 1/2 in opening I used a rotary file in a drill to slightly enlarge the opening, for larger bits like a 3 in cope and stile bit set I used a coping saw dressing it up with a round file.
My router plate is 4 5/16" for your Al Lift FX, which plate do I order with the large 2 1/4 opening??
Jim B on Dec 4, 2017