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#1 posted 09-18-2010 02:22 AM

That’s impressive speed.

Still, it seems to me that some sort of very accurate snap in adapter could be designed to hold and drive the router bit. I use tool holders with an adapter like this for taps so they float (Even though the CNC manufacturer claims it’s not needed they do help quite a bit and I get far less broken taps.). Having three router tables I’m sure has it benefits but I don’t get why router bits can’t be changed quickly and test cuts that waste time can’t be eliminated with better design.

-- Jon Banquer San Diego, CA CAD / CAM programmer, CNC Machinist

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