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#1 posted 10-10-2017 04:11 AM

A bushing works well for this. No need to mount the router to the jig, just drill a hole the same diameter as the bushing and the router will drop in. You should taper the jig so that the part the router sits in is as big as the base for stability.

I’d probably go with a 3/8” OD bushing and a 1/4” straight bit. The offset will be 1/16” so drill your hole for the bushing to account for that.

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