Ok, what I wanna say here, is that my insertion of table of router is 12? of broad, thus making marks broad of the gauge 12? it easy to classify it on the exact center of the table. The gauge should be 1? deeply since the base of the candlestick is 1? deeply, although the part of the base which will go up against this gauge is 7/8 only around? high. Two pieces of ?material will also function if you do not have one 1? – the thick piece of goods of sheet. The size of this gauge was determined by the size of my table of router and the position of the slit of mitres in the table.
Yours can differ. I cut a dado the same width like my slit 1 of mitres? of an end (the cardboard is on the lower part). Then I milled a piece of nut 1? high and classified to slip into the slit of mitres. The material of sheet will have a large hole cut in him, centered above the little of router. To find the center, to insert the nut band in the dado on the goods of sheet and to slip it into the slit of mitres. To thus slip the surplus of assembly the edge bisected the hole of little into your table of router.
Then proceed to mark the center of the hole on the edge of the goods of sheet and to transfer this mark through the width from the goods from sheet. By using a compass, to draw of the 7? circle. To remove the nut band and to cut the hole with a jigsaw or a saw of roller. To sandpaper the clearing hole and to the circle which you traced. A grinder of drum of oscillation functions better, so it’s up to you to choose.