I’ve been planning a new outfeed table for my Delta 5000, and finally found a great deal on birch workbench tops at a local wood store. I bought two 27" x 60" x 1.5" to make a 54" x 60" workbench/outfeed table.
Here is the project I used. Just a note, the cut-through for the 1.5" top was too deep for my bit, so I duplicated and deleted the cut-through and ran a second pass. I don’t know if it is possible to tell Easel to do certain cuts in order, but I had hoped it would carve out the area first, then do the cut-out after 3/8" depth was done. My bit can do 1.125" deep. I have T track slots and 2 slots for my table saw sled rails to extend into. This was my first large piece cutout that I used tiling for, worked great.
Here is the router plate I used, standard 11.75 x 9.25 x 3/8" cutout. (non-affiliated link)
Hope someone finds this useful!