What kind of lift are you looking for? The Router Razor is completely manual in operation and allows one to switch (properly prepared) base plates. There are othes that are fully electronic, some with digital readouts but all these models require dedicated routers. Your situation seems to be one in which you have one router that you will use in several different ways, so perhaps you should start with the Router Razor.
Why do you need a router lift in the first place?
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Last edited by TWheels; 06-28-2010 at 09:50 PM.