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I'm new here and have been buying some new and used tools over the years.I don't have a lot of experience with wood working,but learn pretty easy.The first question I have is, do they make a router raising mechanism for my 1615? If there isn't, has any one modified one to fit my router.

I should let you know a little about me. I'm married, no children, just a couple of fat cats that think they're Barb and my offspring.I like to fish and work in the yard some which is good for body,mind,and soul. I do have aspirations of making cabinets and shelving units for the garage shop first,some outside furniture,fencing,shop doors,stuff for fishing,and maybe if I get good enough some kitchen cabinets sometime. That sounds like a lot,but I got a life time to do it in and I'm in no particular hurry.

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I'm new here and have been buying some new and used tools over the years.I don't have a lot of experience with wood working,but learn pretty easy.The first question I have is, do they make a router raising mechanism for my 1615? If there isn't, has any one modified one to fit my router.

I should let you know a little about me. I'm married, no children, just a couple of fat cats that think they're Barb and my offspring.I like to fish and work in the yard some which is good for body,mind,and soul. I do have aspirations of making cabinets and shelving units for the garage shop first,some outside furniture,fencing,shop doors,stuff for fishing,and maybe if I get good enough some kitchen cabinets sometime. That sounds like a lot,but I got a life time to do it in and I'm in no particular hurry.

I hope to make some friends and reap some knowledge from all your advice
and kindness.

Thanks for any advice , Stan
Stan Welcome to the forum; there are many here who can assist you getting what you want to do with a router. Just a reminder; there is more that can be achieved when the router is held in the plunge mode, check out the material below.
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