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post #21 of 33 (permalink) Old 07-09-2015, 08:23 AM
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@bryansong : You'll need ONE more router? R-i-i-i-ght. lol
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@bryansong : You'll need ONE more router? R-i-i-i-ght. lol
Yes! Alright I admit it, maybe more than ONE.

LBuzzy, thanks, I like Rockler.

Mike, thanks again.

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Wow! Thanks! I just ordered five of them!
Thanks a lot. When I went to order one they were out until August and will probably be sold then at a higher price.

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Sounds like a good deal from a good company. I have the Incra Mast-R-Lift II.
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One thing I've found out on Internet discussion forums is to buy what I wand BEFORE sharing the deal.
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@LBussy , right on that!

By the way, the Rockler version of the Mast-R-Lift II (with the incra rings) is on "sale" right now. I put quotes around sale because it's only $30 off. Full boat but with free shipping and no sales tax is a better deal in my neck of the woods.

The rockler version is 8 1/4" X 11 3/4" (vs 9 1/4 x 11 3/4 like everyone else...). Nothing wrong with that, just different.
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I have finally given up on buying a router lift. I m going to build one based on a set of plans I ran across in an old Shop Notes magazine. I have all the parts needed to build it as of today at a cost of between $60.00 and $70.00 because some of the items needed like the plywood and hardwood I had laying around taking up space in my shop. All in all it could be built for less than $100.00 from start to finish. It appears simple enough providing you take your time and not screw up the measurements. Once I get it built I will post a pic on the forum which will be over a month because I am going on a 3 to 4 week visit with my Son and Daughter in Ohio within the next week or so. I usually drive but I have a Daughter that is a flight attendant with a major airline so I can fly free and also my health isn't the best for driving 3 or more days.

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I have finally given up on buying a router lift. I m going to build one based on a set of plans I ran across in an old Shop Notes magazine. I have all the parts needed to build it as of today at a cost of between $60.00 and $70.00 because some of the items needed like the plywood and hardwood I had laying around taking up space in my shop. All in all it could be built for less than $100.00 from start to finish. It appears simple enough providing you take your time and not screw up the measurements. Once I get it built I will post a pic on the forum which will be over a month because I am going on a 3 to 4 week visit with my Son and Daughter in Ohio within the next week or so. I usually drive but I have a Daughter that is a flight attendant with a major airline so I can fly free and also my health isn't the best for driving 3 or more days.
Ken considering how many lifts you need I'm really liking your idea of building your own . Don't know why I didn't think of that . I'm really liking your idea with the routers sliding to differant positions and am hoping this gets built . I think even three routers with your concept would be pretty cool

I don't know anything about CNC router tables , but I stayed at a Holiday Inn Express last night
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Would love to see more ... When you get back of course. I'm turning into a plans hoarder.
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