RouterRaizer

I've owned the RouterRaizer for a number of years - installed in my Bosch 1619 flipped in a table. Used daily - very, very happy with the setup. Couldn't imagine a better setup given all the alternatives that I've seen.
I just called Router Technologies in Iowa. Talked to a fella by the name of Bob (who I assume to be the owner of the company). Told him I was looking for a few more dust-covers for the above table adjustment hole - and perhaps a shorter spinner handle for under the table. We chatted quite a while about the usage of the Raizer, some tips, etc. I told him I was trying to do some picture frame "mouldings" this weekend and the bits were coming up a bit short, and I'd like to bue . He said he'd ship along a quick adjustment wrench for that too.
He gave me his personal cell number (said to call anytime - and re- emphasized "anytime") and said thanks for calling and goodbye. I said, "Whoa - take my card number!" He wouldn't - regardless of how much I pressed him to do so.
I told him with such a great product and customer service, he was making me feel guilty.
Happy with the RouterRaizer, but even moreso with the company I bought it from. If you are in the market for such a device - I strongly recommend Router Technologies.
- jbd in Denver
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wrote:
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Good for you for following up to let the rest of us know there is actually a reputable company out there that cares about their product.
They seems to be few and far between sometimes.
Robert
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Well jbd, his great service just paid off.
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: I've owned the RouterRaizer for a number of years - installed in my : Bosch 1619 flipped in a table. Used daily - very, very happy with the : setup. Couldn't imagine a better setup given all the alternatives that : I've seen.
Looks great! I was planning to "eventually" buy a router with under-table features instead of a separate lift, but I might just go with the Router Raizer instead.
Can you do bit changes from above the table?
Thanks,
--- Chip
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I can change bits from above with my M12, it would be easier if I cut the 2 ears that hold the round plate.
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I bought one at a wood show a couple years ago. The Milwaukee show, I think. Haven't had any trouble with it so no reason to call the company. :-)
One thing puzzles me, though. I've read two comparison reports on router lifts in two different mags now, and RouterRaizer wasn't tested in either of them. I think it was given passing mention in one, but completely ignored in the other.
I begin to wonder if they prefer to talk about the really complicated, expensive setups from companies who have buckets of money.
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