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Hi Guys

Just my 2 cents :)

It's like putting a trailer hitch on your truck,it's one of the items you will not use all the time but it's sure is nice when you have one..to get the job done..you don't need to buy one that cost as much as the truck just a device to get the job done.. :)

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Hi Ron

I did the same as you for a bit but the stock was always blocking the hole for the lift device,so it put in under the top,that took care of that error ..:)

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Hi levon

Right on :)

Many have not used a circle jig on the router table,it's a safe way to get the job and a fast way on top of that.. :) it's hard to break the old ways of doing things,right Harry LOL LOL..

I know you have a power lift Harry ,give it a try on your router table you will be amazed how nice it is..you don't need to control the 15lb.tank router you have..


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i use the plunge way too, but have seen some do circles on the table. what i was trying to show is that if you have some type jig mounted to the table and moving it will make it difficult to reposition exactly, then you have a problem with the hole for above table adjustments.
 

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Thanks Ron

That's a neat trick,can you pls.take a snapshot of 24" board and cut a circle ,say a 18" one, that's in diam. but not in one pass with a drop and slot/cut, I may need to rework the one I have..


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My circle cutting jig doesn't get in the way of the crank hole. I can cut a 36" circle before the stock gets in the way. Although I never cut one over 2 feet.
 
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