Hi Jim - Welcome to the forumHi all I have a Ryobi plunge router and r/table does anyone make a lift for Ryobi?
My answer was a little abrupt. Your router table is most likely an open design which means you can get at the adjustment scew handle. My plunge is attached to a table insert that easily pops out of the table so I get it close while it is out of the table and then reach under to fine adjust if necessary. Not as nice as a lift but $300 cheaper and I am really not in that much of a hurry that I feel I have to have one.Chuck, might at least explain why he doesn't need one .
BTW welcome to the forums Jim.
Dont know myself if a lift is available for your particular router, but check the specs for yours it might allow for table top adjustments without a lift.
Hi it is a Ryobi plunge router I also have the Ryobi router table.Hi Jim - Welcome to the forum
Not sure just what you have. Is it a Ryobi plunge router in a Ryobi table? or, a Ryobi plunge router in a table?
I'll also second Toms question about why you want a lift. If it's difficult to adjust, most plunge routers need the springs removed so you're not fighting the springs AND gravity to adjust bit height. I have heard that some Ryobi routers are difficult/impossible to take the springs out of though.
If you have one of the Ryobi tables, you may need to look into a shop built lift. I don't recall seeing any lifts that will accomodate the diamond shaped plate Ryobi uses.