Hello, And advice needed
I bought a router last year to just round over some timber for a small project i was working on but as the timber was 2x2 and i was using it free hand it wasn't the easiest. This got me thinking about a router table.
Fast forward several months and many projects later i am now considering making a router table. However the router i have is a 2100w Erbauer plunge.
www(dot)screwfix.com/p/erbauer-erb380rou-2100w-router-230-240v/81664]Erbauer ERB380ROU 2100W Router 230-240V | Screwfix(dot)com
Its a big ole beast and cannot but switched on instead you have to hold a push switch? Not ideal for a router table? I suppose i could gaffer tape the switch on and use a NVR?
Also upon reading several books a fixed base router seems to be the best option for a table router anyway so i was considering the following router, a Draper Expert 45368
www(dot)amazon.co.uk/dp/B00142B980/?tag=hydra0b-21&hvadid=9550933389&ref=asc_df_B00142B980]Draper Expert 45368 230-Volt 1,350-Watt Combination Router Kit: Amazon.co.uk: DIY & Tools
Any advice on what i should do!?
Longer Term when i sell a couple of the motorbikes which current fill my shed, i would like to get a table saw, drill press, thicknesser, and a bandsaw etc So i can replace a couple of Sash windows them make a new kitchen!
Anyway thats all far off at the minute but advice on what to do router wise would be good.
Thanks in advance