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#1 posted 06-20-2016 01:15 AM

Yes. 1” plunge bit and set the plunge stop to whatever depth you need. The picture is using a 3/4” plunge bit. The little metal screws on the plate go through the bottom of the plate and into the holes of the pegboard.

Instead of a metal plate and metal pegs, You can fabricate the metal plate in the picture with scrap pegboard.

unplug the router
cut a piece of pegboard like the metal plate in the pic
Put a 1/4” bit in the router and use it to center and hold the piece of pegboard you just cut
attach the piece to your router base
Put a 1/4” dowel through the farthest corners of the base.

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