Rockler Router Hole Pattern Drilling Template
You got the router jig, but the hole pattern doesn't fit your router base—no problem, this jig makes it easy to drill the correct holes.
Most baseplate-style router jigs, both from Rockler and other brands, are drilled with a ''standard'' 3-hole pattern for attachment to your router. But although this pattern is common, it is not actually standard, which means your router might have a different hole pattern. If that's the case, this drilling jig will take care of the problem quickly and simply. It has drilling guide holes for ten of the most common routers with non-standard hole patterns. It comes with a color-coded diagram for locating the correct holes. Once you've done so, simply secure it to the jig with the included screws and use a self-centering bit (#69007, sold separately) to drill the holes.
- Lets you attach Rockler baseplate-type router jigs to routers with with non-standard hole patterns
- Included screws secure the drilling template to the jig's stock 3-hole pattern for precise positioning
- Made from durable 1/4'' thick clear acrylic for easy visibility
- Includes color-coded paper diagram specifying which holes are for particular routers; notch in jig lets you easily align paper template with guide
- Template holes fit #10 Self-Centering Bit (#69007, sold separately) for easy, precise drilling.
Note: Some mounting holes might need to be enlarged, countersunk or counterbored, depending on your router's mounting screws.
Use to install jigs onto the following routers:
- Bosch 1619-1619EV
- Craftsman Standard
- DeWalt 625
- DeWalt DW621
- DeWalt DW621K
- Freud FT 1700E
- Freud 1702VCEK
- Freud FT2000
- Skil RT1322-00
- Skil RT1323-00
(1) Rockler Router Hole Pattern Drilling Template
(3) #8-32 x 3/4'' flat-head machine screws
(3) #8-32 hex nuts