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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-17-2013, 03:03 PM Thread Starter
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Smile Hitachi M12V in table

I can't find the adapter I made to move my router up and down. It's just a nut on a piece of copper tubing, but I'd like a little more info on the construction. In looking for this I came across this forum and decided to join it. I spend quite a bit of my time in my workshop on various woodworking and home DIY projects and will be making cabinets for my kitchen soon as I complete my bathroom remodel project.

So anyone have the info on the adjustment device for the M12V mounted on my table--or a source for another device that works better?
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Hi Jerry welcome to the forum.
Maybe you could post a picture to show what it is you need
You can post a picture as long as it is on your computer hard drive till you have 10 posts
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I have the same router. I love the Router Raizer I bought. works great with the M12V. does require drilling a hole.
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