Multi-router vs matchmaker

I am about to purchase either a multi-router or a matchmaker. Does anyone have experince on either of these units? I am a custom furniture maker and will be giving which ever one I buy a good work out. - How accurite are they - how easy to set up - how well made. If I can save some money on the matchmaker that would be great - but if the multi-router is worth the extra costs I will buy it.
thanks, Darrell Peart www.furnituremaker.com
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On Sun, 19 Sep 2004 11:14:33 -0700, "Darrell Peart"

I just about loaded my pants when I saw the price of a Multi-Router. Have you looked at the Leigh FMT jigs?
The look of the Multi vs. the Match is night and day. The multi is MUCH cleaner, heavier-duty, and better templated. Cast iron vs. aluminum and about 100 lbs is the first difference I see. The Match looks to be damageable by a shorttubafore (what are those horizontal slider bars, 3/8"?) while it may take a telephone pole to bend the Multi.
At your high level of work, I'd think you'd automatically opt for the Multi-Router, even though it is way, way overpriced, IMHO. Give David Marks a call and ask how he likes his. (You just might pull that off.)
P.S: Congrats on the book deal. I'll be wanting a signed copy when it comes out next year.
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Someone of your talent certainly should have no problem making his own capable multirouter. Several others have done so. Check woodnet.net forums for ideas.
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