I have a Porter Cable 693 router mounted under a table. I've used it many
times over the past several years, but mostly just guess at the speed
setting. I know the router is supposed to be slowed down for bigger bits,
but to what setting?
Is there some general rule that equates the router speed to the size of the
Is there a way to determine if the router is running too fast or too slow
by looking at the cut it makes?
> I know the router is supposed to be slowed down for bigger bits,
> but to what setting?
> Is there some general rule that equates the router speed to the size
RPM vs bit size chart is usually included with bit.
Personally, I limit bit size to 1" for my 25,000 RPM router.
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