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Could this be the largest router jig ever ?

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All I got was something demanding I enable cookies, Gav. There is no good reason to enable cookies.

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Linking the article doesn't seem to work so here's just a pic.

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Wow, I wonder what speed that hunk of wood revolves at. The ingenuity of man never ceases to amaze me.

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Wow.. Now that's what *I* call a router lathe!!!

PC Speedmatic to the rescue!!

Assuming the lathe is like the big Oneway that goes down to 70 rpm, assuming about 4' diameter, its a feed rate of about 880 feet/minute or 14-15 feet per second when doing the rim.

The PC 7518 runs 10,000 - 21,000 rpm. I know the cuts are tiny but the tip of the bit does one heckuva lot of cutting. I wonder how long the bits last.

Awesome, no doubt!

Check out that new high-tech cordless router.. wireless and no recharging required!!
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That man has big balls. AC/DC.
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That man is Nuts jolly green giant wooden salad bow hahaha

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