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#1 posted 04-26-2007 04:29 PM

No Niki I don’t do anything as far as letting off the pressure, but probably should. I do have two other plunge routers so it is dedicated to the router table. Woodspar, because of the air vents in the top of the router I use a wooden plate with four dowels screwed to it to leave a small vent crack for the router. I put some rubber on the tips of the dowels to not mar the router. You could use carpeting or anything to not leave marks on your router. Like I said I’ve used this set up for 3 yrs with no problems with 2 different routers. Nothing happened to the first router I just put in a 3 hp router in place of my first 2 hp. Hope that helps. Any other questions feel free to ask. It works great.Mike

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