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Hi to All,

I'm and retired guy who does a bit of woodworking from time to time. My prime activity for my spare time is cycling, but woodworking is second. For routers I have a table with a big PC router, a horizontal table wit ha pc690, a bosch 1617 attached to a mortising jig, and lastly for hand held I have a dewalt plunge router and a small hand held dewalt. Do I have too many routers?????? Not really and I suppose compared to others I have a smallish stable.
 

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G'day @joelspncr , welcome to the forum.

No, 5 routers is only entry level.....VBG...
 
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James, I'm curious....do routers in the down-under world spin in the opposite direction as those north of the equator.....you know....just like the water in the drain spins in a different direction down under :cool: . Thanks for the welcome and for pointing out that I am still only entry level. No where to go but up!

Joel
 

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Hi Joel, fortunately not,,,,,,LOL Otherwise I would be doing a lot of climb cutting.....

Although, I did notice on a trip to USA, that you guys had your light switches upside down.....
 
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