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I am retired and during winter months enjoy making sawdust. Others seem to enjoy the things that come about as result. For reasons I am cannot really explain I have 3 routers. I justify it as one is a plunge 1/2 inch; one is to stay under my router table and one is because I had it when bought the 1/2 inch plunge. Just completed four blanket boxes for granddaugters and Christmas. Used White Ash and pleased with results
 

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Hi Scotian and Welcome. The one thing you don't need to do on this forum is justify the number of routers you have. Unless it's less than two!
 

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If it makes you feel better, I have 4 routers, for now at least.......

I had 3 cordless drills for a while, 'cause I hate changing those bits as well.

My wife used to think I had a tool "problem", until I pointed out she couldn't justify all her shoes.

Hope you get lots out of the forum, and share some of your experience as well.
Welcome!
 

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Hi Scotian

Welcome to the forum. Boy yiur problem sounds familiar, I have two routers , one under my table and the other that does double duty as fixed base and plundge base. Guess we like to have more than on of a good thing LOL LOL. :D

ED :cool:
 

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As nzgeordie said, no need for justification when it comes to routers.
I have 3 plunge routers and two trimmers and have my eyes on one more plunger Bosch 1619EVS. I need it like a hole in my head so the boss says. I told her you never know when you drop one or two or tree and break them and I promise I'll make you a custom bed this year :D
 

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Welcome Scotian

Hello Scotian. Welcome to the routerforums. Glad to have another retiree join us.
Ed you are going to have to catch up, only two????? :D
You'll need at least a half dozen, and a couple laminate trimmers also. :D
 
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