Router Lift mechanism
On some routers they have a special base, like the Bosch 1617EVSTB, where a wrench is inserted through the top to make depth adjustments. With these routers, does one have to reach under the table to release the motor clamp?
If not I suppose then I would not have to buy a router lift. Perhaps these adjustments of which they speak are only "micro" adjustments and would not raise the router up high enough to change the bits etc. I do not want to lift the router out of the table to do anything. To me, that would defeat the purpose for making one. I also do not want to reach under the table to release a clamp. Unfortunately the manufactures don't tell us anything like this. So, with this criteria, do I need a separate router lift?