big routers work well in the router table. if you're going to do a lot
of table work, sooner or later you'll want one. for a first router
one of the 2 base kits is a good move.
plunging with a fixed base router is generally bad practise. you can
get away with it for small bits and shallow cuts in the middle of
large areas of waste, but it's still bad practise. being able to
plunge straight in is a very useful thing, and a lot safer than
stuffing it in with a fixed base.
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