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eccentrictinkerer 04-08-2016 10:47 AM

Lab Lift Source
 
I've been using a LabJack to raise/lower my heavy Makita router in my router table. Works like a charm!

LabJack brand is spendy as it's built for lab facilities. Mine was purchased at auction for $10, but they're usually $40 - $200.

I just spotted this on my favorite Chinese gadget site, Banggood.com.

http://i138.photobucket.com/albums/q...Lab%20Lift.jpg

$12.99 with free shipping.

This stuff usually comes from China so figure on 10 - 20 days.

Stainless steel lifts laboratory lifts manual control 100X100X160MM Sale - Banggood.com

Herb Stoops 04-08-2016 01:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by eccentrictinkerer (Post 1151458)
I've been using a LabJack to raise/lower my heavy Makita router in my router table. Works like a charm!

LabJack brand is spendy as it's built for lab facilities. Mine was purchased at auction for $10, but they're usually $40 - $200.

I just spotted this on my favorite Chinese gadget site, Banggood.com.

http://i138.photobucket.com/albums/q...Lab%20Lift.jpg

$12.99 with free shipping.

This stuff usually comes from China so figure on 10 - 20 days.

Stainless steel lifts laboratory lifts manual control 100X100X160MM Sale - Banggood.com

I bought one of those awhile back for the drill press, but never used it.Seemed like a good idea at the time.
Herb


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