Temporary Router Template Guide for Ryobi R1631K Static Router.
This guide is for using a template to route a pattern. I designed this to cut out a sink opening in a kitchen countertop. The store where I bought the router didn't have a template guide for it, so I quickly designed and printed this one.
This STL has a 1/2" offset from the edge of a 8 mm straight router bit, (16,7 mm from shoulder to center), but I attach a .dxf as well in case someone wants to create a variation on the shoulder diameter and height.
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