The pantograph assembly of the PantoRouter™ is precisely machined to hold two 110 Volt routers commonly available in the US and Canada markets, and critical dimensions are the diameter and length of the mounting cylinder. The diameter must be 3.5”. No other size will work, and the pantograph must not be altered in any way. The mounting cylinder must be at least 3-7/8” long to fit between the router mounts. 

The Porter Cable Model 8902 is our router of choice.  It has a variable speed router motor, a rack and pinion height adjustment and an aligning pin used for their fixed and plunge router bases. Removing the rack is easily done by unthreading the two screws shown in the photo.  The two pins on the router body will fit through the slots on the router mount.  Once the pins are clear of the router mounts the router motor can be twisted into the best position so the cord will clear and the router shaft locking pin lines up with the port on the dust collector hood.

Older versions will need a slight modification of the router to work.  Please send us an email and we'll walk you through it.  It's very simple.

Please note, the Porter Cable model 690LR will not fit the PantoRouter.  

We carry a limited supply of pantographs with larger router mounts for Rigid and AEG MF1400KE routers.  Please contact us at info@hybridpantorouter.com for additional guidance.  

We do not have access to 220 Volt routers but some of our customers abroad use Draper Expert 1300W and AEG MF1400KE 220VAC routers.  Many of our customers outside North America use a step down transformer to run their PantoRouter.  

We recommend a dedicated router for your PantoRouter™. We believe it’s safer and you’re more likely to use your HPR more often if it’s always ready to go.

We also highly recommend a dedicated auxiliary paddle switch for your PantoRouter™. The on-off switch on the router might not be in a convenient place to be easily accessed, whereas a paddle switch could be mounted where you could turn the router off without removing your hands from the two handles controlling the PantoRouter™ much like many table saws on the market today.

Porter Cable 8902 shown with collets and wrench.  

Porter Cable 8902 shown with collets and wrench.  

On the Porter Cable 892, remove the two screws and plastic rack gear then slide the pins through the slots in the router mount.

On the Porter Cable 892, remove the two screws and plastic rack gear then slide the pins through the slots in the router mount.

DeWalt 618 shown with fixed base. The router motor is removed from the fixed base when used in the PantoRouter.  The DeWalt router fits the pantograph but doesn't work well with the dust collection hood.

DeWalt 618 shown with fixed base. The router motor is removed from the fixed base when used in the PantoRouter.  The DeWalt router fits the pantograph but doesn't work well with the dust collection hood.