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hi I am new to woodworking am interested in the autofeed idea that samuri posted but cannot seem to download any help would be appreciated
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Hi, Larry; welcome!
The members would love to help you but it's difficult without knowing your tooling, shop limitations and your level of experience. If you've got a moment you might consider doing a little bio for yourself. Just click on your underlined name at the thread page.
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Greetings and welcome Larry, to the router forums community.

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hi I am new to woodworking am interested in the autofeed idea that samuri posted but cannot seem to download any help would be appreciated
I use the smaller Powermatic® Power Feeder 1/4HP 1PH on my tables. About $700
Watch in action on Utube.
Powermatic PF-41, 1HP, 4-Wheel Stock Feeder - YouTube

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