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Old August 4, 2022, 03:48 PM   #11
FrankenMauser
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Join Date: August 25, 2008
Location: In the valley above the plain
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stagpanther getting all fancy on us and thinking that thinking is the answer.
It probably is.

But when I picked up my routers from an estate sale, they were covered in cemented powdered horse dookey.

One hand-held, one hand-held that was bolted to a piece of melamine particle board to drop into an extension on the guy's table saw (I did not get the saw).

I pressure washed the pair, blew out what water I could, stuck them in my 6,000 degree shed in the middle of summer, and then plugged them in a few weeks later, to see if they worked.
I just went with trial and error to learn how to adjust and set them up.

I think one of them has a bent shaft or base. No matter the feed direction or type of bit, it wants to climb the material and do bad things.

Also,
Routers are loud.
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