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#1 posted 804 days ago

Also, with plunge routers, you will need to either disable or remove the springs in the plunge mechanism. The spring in the router will make fine tuning the depth adjustment very difficult in the table. Many plunge routers do offer the ability to disengage the spring for this reason.

I own to bosch 1617 router kits. I keep one in the fixed based dedicated in the table. I keep the other mostly in the plunge base for hand held use. I have other fixed bases I use for various jigs.

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