I don't think so. He left here before all of it started. I seem to
remember him being tired of all the petty infighting and pissing
contests that were going on here.
He is quite active on other groups, as of yesterday.
What is "VS"? The pieces I'm trimming have already been cut to size on a
tablesaw. Unfortunately, the cut guarantee was limited to 1/8" tolerances.
All pieces are about 3/32" too wide, so I'll be trimming off that amount or
maybe a little more. If the trim router I ordered isn't up to the job, I'll
find out pretty quick. However, like any other tool, it will be a learning
process and I won't be unduly upset if it can't handle the job. I know I'll
be using it for other things too. Worse case, I'll use my 25 year old 1hp
Black and Decker router. If *that* doesn't work then I've got my Makita 3hp
I won't need to buff the edges, because it's the shelving sides that need to
be trimmed and they won't be very apparent from the front. The front facing
edges are already buffed.
The Bosch Colt is a variable speed router. On a router that small, if you
use a rabbet or cove bit. the vibration at top speed is distracting. By
slowing the speed, the tool becomes really solid and easy to control. On a
small router, I would not want to be without it. You might want to check
Pat Warner's web site. He has a lot to say about the router and I agree with
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