I managed to hack a Harbor Freight plunge router to be a self-
contained router lift, adjustable with an allen wrench from the top
surface. Total cost (including cheap HF router on sale) under $100.
Here's the instructable I wrote for it:
The reaon I asked is that the 3hp HF router uses a single wrench and a
detent button. That means you have to be able to get to the area below
(above if it is standing on the base) the bit to depress the detent. So,
Ii would assume he, like me, hauls it out on the table top to change the
Thanks for the link though.
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