That's a nice solution, but it runs about $250 in addition to the cost of
the plate you'll need for the router table. The plates are in the $50
neighborhood from Rockler.
I know you're picky about tools, but do consider the Ryobi OSS. It does the
job very effectively.
I started out using a Port-A-Line in my hand drill, with a sanding
drum. Now I use my drill press. It works, although not as well as an
OSS. I also make custom curved sanding blocks (often made from
scraps left behind) for hand sanding with finer grits.
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