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New Niles Spirocrafter never taken out of the box. $25.00 plus shipping from zip code 10548. Payable through Paypal.

Unfortunately I have to give up my hobbies. I'm totally disabled now from Agent Orange (Vietnam). Can't stand but more than a few minutes.

PM me if interested. no longer available
 

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Ejant, I'm sorry about your news. Perhaps if you had a router table you could sit at? I built my first table for a buddy who was banged up pretty good in Korea. He has trouble standing as well, and he has enjoyed it for several years.
At any rate thanks for showing up there. Fly ARMY!
 

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I have three router tables (one Oak Park and two Woodpecker's). Seven routers plus loads and loads of other stuff.
This past winter I made two cabinets with 15 drawers each and bought a Keller jig to do the drawers. Does everything it is claimed to do with ease.


I'm gonna keep with my pen turning ans scroll saw work. Thinking about trying intarsia work.
Go Marines
 

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ejant said:
I have three router tables (one Oak Park and two Woodpecker's). Seven routers plus loads and loads of other stuff.
This past winter I made two cabinets with 15 drawers each and bought a Keller jig to do the drawers. Does everything it is claimed to do with ease.


I'm gonna keep with my pen turning ans scroll saw work. Thinking about trying intarsia work.
Go Marines
Which of your router tables do you like best? Best router brand? I need to find a router (plunge) that is easier to plunge. I have tennis elbow and not much strength in my arms. The Ryobi router I have is pretty hard to plunge down. Suggestions?
 
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