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#1 posted 09-17-2010 10:50 PM

My Master Lift by Jessem is very smooth, it is raised and lowered with a hand crank, there is a guage on the top of the table showing the 32nds of an inch it is adjusted, but as Rich says, once you change bits, you have to reset for the new bit.

It’s one of the reasons I have three of their router tables set up with dedicated routers and bits and seldom make many adjustments… but not everyone has that luxury.

P.S. Jon, welcome to Lumberjocks!

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