The knob on my plunge router is small and hard to turn. To make it easier to use, I came up with a simple hand crank. The crank is nothing more than a piece of plywood with a large hole to match the size of the knob.
Cut dadoes easily, just line up the mark on the material with the inside edge of the router T square. Next clamp it in position and make the cut. You will have to make a separate guide for each width of dado that you wish to cut.
Four router bases in DeltaCAD format; Self-centering, Clear, Offset and Edge Guide router bases.