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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-06-2016, 01:33 PM Thread Starter
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Hello everyone,
Does porter cable still make pc310 trimmer? Where can I purchase one and if not what's just as good or better.
I have the pc310 and use it for sign carving. Thanking all in advance for your input.

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Amazon says out of stock and not sure if more will be coming but shows an alternative. Robot Check
There's the Bosch Colt. Pat Warner (Quillman) recommends the Ridgid trimmer. A bunch of us have the DeWalt 611 which is a little bigger and the PK package includes fixed and plunge bases. I haven't seen anyone who has one that said they didn't like it.

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Looks to me like the 1.25hp PC and Dewalt are the same unit.

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I like the Makita too, I have the PC,don't like the heaght adjustment, but use it all the time,set up for edge rounding. The Makita is also set up ready to go, also have a trend 3000, and a mcls ,(makita clone) in the pantoghragh. I had a Ridgid and really liked it. A buddy has the Dewalt and likes it a lot.

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You might want to check the "BLACK+DECKER BDCMTR Matrix Router Attachment". I think it will serve as a good and cheap replacement to the Poter Cable pc310 router

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"one and if not what's just as good or better."
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Not squatty like a 310, but with a larger base plate footprint: Acceptable.
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