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New to this forum. Trying to save some money by seeing what others have done to solve woodworking problems. Newbee woodworker, just under a year, and I'am building a router table with lift. Found a great idea on here.
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welcome! i like to do it myself also to save a few dollars here and there
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Hey, Bob; welcome, eh!
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Welcome aboard. Well, if you want to save some, I'd say do away with the lift. Just screw your router to a plate, and pop it in and out when you want to change bits, or whatever.

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Dan, that is just a little too "old school" for me! And i am part American Indian, very small part though!

I have found that hand tools are the best choice when I want to make mistakes at a slower rate of speed.

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