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If you have an Incra LS positioner then you should get a router lift. Some of the joints, such as through dovetail joints, work only if you get the bit height precisely set. Some of the fancier joints require you to determine the proper bit height using a dovetail bit (which is also used to determine the proper thickness of your wood), the bit is replaced with a straight bit, used to cut some parts of the joints, then the dovetail bit put back in set to the same height as before to cut the rest of the joint. Screwing around with inaccurate under the table adjustments is a frustrating waste of time.

I have three router lifts, my favorite is a master lift II.

In woodworking there is always more then one way to accomplish something.
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