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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-13-2014, 06:29 AM Thread Starter
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Hi everyone,
I have recently built a router table from a woodpeckers router table top and router plate that was given to me. I have fitted it with a Dewalt DW621 router and it works like a charm but lacks the ability raise and lower it accurately.
I have heard of the Router Razier but have not actually seen one. Can anyone comment on this item (pro and cons)?
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I have used a RR with a Craftsman router, it worked fine for several years. Unfortunately the Craftsman router did not.
The RR is a quality product, just be sure to get the correct kit for the router you have.

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Not only is the product great but the company is outstanding to deal with actually better than outstanding. Buy one and you will never be sorry.
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I agree with the other comments. Have used one for several years on my PC router and it works very smoothly. Somewhat technical to install but the company was very helpful when I had a problem. Would buy another without hesitation if I ever change routers.
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Geez I like the name . I think I'm going to call my adjustable height router table the
Router Razier lol
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Thanks for the feedback everyone
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Allen when I'm in doubt I go to amazon and research the customer reviews . I think there less biased then some other reviews , like the ones they pay for lol .
I googled it and this came up . Is it the same one? Lots of people commenting on it .

Amazon.com: Customer Reviews: Router Raizer RZ100 Precise Router Depth Adjustment
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