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Another situation where a plunge router works better is when using a Forstner bit to cut a recess into a piece of wood. The plunge router base will provide a true 90 degree angle relative to the wood surface and you can set the plunger stop for precise depth of cut. It worked for me very well - except I had to buy a collet for the 3/8 inch shank on my Forstner bits.
Rick, you should probably have a look at this page...

http://www.infinitytools.com/PDF/Forstner_Bit_SpeedChart.pdf
 
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