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Posted on Mounting a Bosch 1611 plunge router in a router table

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b2rtch

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#1 posted 833 days ago

ssnvet, yes I saw it and I had the same idea before I saw it, to is ma not copying it but we both are genius. My concern about this idea is that I shall have my router enclosed in a cabinet for dust collection purpose and that the drive on the jack goes up and down with the jack.
I have been thinking about using an hydraulic bottle jack but again the handle goes up and down.
Last nigh in my bed I was thinking that what I really need is one of this jack found on American cars which look like a bottle jack but which the handle on the bottom just turn, not going up and down.
I also was thinking that the Router Raizer does not work with this router only because get lifted/pulled up on only one plunger and then it get crooked and binds. If the bushings indie the plunger were made better or of a different materiel this probably could be remedied. I need t take it apart and to look at he bushings.
I am going to start a blog about my work on this saw.
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