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Does anyone use the Veritas router system from Lee Valley Tools? If so, what router do you use?
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hompac, if you have not been properly welcomed to the Router Forum, please accept my efforts to do so.

Unfortunately I cannot help you with your specific question, but I find that Lee Valley is a quality if highly diversified company.

It has been my experience that I am a magnet for futher responses, sometimes repulsive, sometimes attractive. I hope this time to attract some additional responses.

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Hi hompac,

Welcome to the router forums.

Have you tried contacting Lee Valley? I'm sure they have service reps that should be able to answer any questions you have about the Veritas. I'm sure we have a few members here who could give a better answer than I.

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