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Years ago, I "inherited" a mill-route and custom table. They've been sitting in my basement collecting dust. They are free to anyone who wants to come pick them up.

Central Massachusetts

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Welcome to Router Forums.

I would love to have the mill-rout, but we are a long way apart. I do get to CT to visit relatives, but I avoid making the trip this time of year. Can you hold it for me for another couple of months? Can you post or send some photos of it? Do you have the manual?

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Good morning -

Years ago, I "inherited" a mill-route and custom table. They've been sitting in my basement collecting dust. They are free to anyone who wants to come pick them up.

Central Massachusetts

Any chance you have a pic...?

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Nick,

A Google search for "Mill - Route" will bring up a few pictures of them. They are a Xy sliding assembly with a router and a tracing arm, kind of a CNC without the CNC electronics. You follow a pattern with the tracing arm stylus and the router carves a duplicate. So far he hasn't responded to my post or a PM that I sent him.

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Nick,

A Google search for "Mill - Route" will bring up a few pictures of them. They are a Xy sliding assembly with a router and a tracing arm, kind of a CNC without the CNC electronics. You follow a pattern with the tracing arm stylus and the router carves a duplicate. So far he hasn't responded to my post or a PM that I sent him.

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Thanks, Charley...I did the same thing...not something I would be interested in anyway...

Appreciate you thinking of me...

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Good morning -

Years ago, I "inherited" a mill-route and custom table. They've been sitting in my basement collecting dust. They are free to anyone who wants to come pick them up.

Central Massachusetts
I am close by you and would like to get the mill-route. would fit in very well with my charcuterie tray projects (see ganserartisanry.com). Contact me at 781-258-9847. thanks, Allen
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