Can anyone offer comments or opinions on router raisng devices? I've
seen adverts for Rousseau and Router RaiZer and had a chance to play
with an Incra at the Baltimore show yesterday.
Right away I see a quicker time for height adjustment but what about
set up times, such as for changing bits, or routers? Have you tried
more than one brand and prefer that over another? Thanks in advance for
Marc (Who planes and rips in his wood shop and planes and rips when
There are those that love them. However, some of the new routers have
features that make them redundant. I was considering getting one until I
bought a Triton Router which has above the table bit changes and very easy
and precise one handed (below the table) height adjustments. A lift is just
not needed. Cheers, JG
marc rosen wrote:
The mechanical devices have their place, given the resources. They're
efficient, accurate & cost more than most routers, (like door hardware
cost more than the doors they're used on).
An alternative, perhaps faster device at the :
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