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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 01-18-2010, 08:33 AM Thread Starter
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I need to make my own router lift.
As I live abroad it`s difficult to purchase one of the many systems offered in the US market.So I would like some advice about building my own.
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It depends upon what type of lift you're looking for Sergio. I made a simple but very effective one a while back, I can't find the link to the photo shoot but if you go to my gallery and go back to 21st 5th 07, you will find the series of photographs.

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See if this thread will give you some ideas to use: Shop made router lift
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Here ya go

http://www.routerforums.com/table-mo...ove-table.html

Harry You may want bookmark the link below
http://www.routerforums.com/members/simplenik-7022.html
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Welcome to the Router Forums, Sergio! Glad your here. Noob has the one i would have sent. Looks good to me. Haven't built it though. Have a great day!

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You really are amazing Bob, from now on I'll start to bookmark threads that I may well want to refer to at some future time.

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Thank you harrysin,very helpful.I`ll give it a try.
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Thank you for the tip Dutchman.
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Here is one I am impressed with.
Motorized Router Lift
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Hi Mike

I will 2nd that one,I made one like it and it works great ..with or without the power supply in place..

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