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Signal

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Thanks Tony, very good of you to have gone to the trouble to redraw

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Thanks, Tony - downloaded into my Projects folder :D

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Tony

Is the insert also made from Aluminium? 3mm thick?

Did you make a range with different centre holes for varying cutter diameters?

Roger
 
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Tony

Is the insert also made from Aluminium? 3mm thick?

Did you make a range with different centre holes for varying cutter diameters?

Roger
Hi Roger

Not sure if I understand you correctly. The main plate is 6mm aluminium sheet whilst the insert plates are 3mm sheet.
I made 6 insert plates with varying hole sizes to accommodate varying diameter cutters
 

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What holds the inserts in?

Is there not a chance, or liklehood, of them coming out due to vibration?
Not a pretty thought if that does happen and one hits the spinning router bit
 
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