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I have the Sears-Craftsman version of a Roto-zip tool (like the kind dry-wallers use to cut out around electrical boxes). It came with a plunge router base that you simply slide the Roto-zip into and use like a router. Interestingly, the base also tilts for cutting on a bevel.

The base is a little cheap-looking, but the idea of using the Roto-zip as a router is an interesting one. Anybody ever use one of these for routing? If so, what did you use it for?

- Toolfreak
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