Now I'm looking at the various ways to raise & lower this monster while it's mounted in the router table. (It will stay mounted in the table; I have my PC690 for handheld operations.) Most of the commercial solutions (Router Raizer, Rout-R-Lift, etc.) are out since they cost almost as much as (or more than) I paid for the router. Fiddling with the plunge lever looks too clumsy, and the fine-adjustment knob would be way too slow. I seem to recall reading of a home/shop-built arrangement consisting of a cable attached to the router's plunge mechanism on one end and a crank wheel mounted to the router table cabinet on the other. Does this sound familiar to anyone? Any instructions/directions online?
TIA for the replies,