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Nice mini workshop !

My workshop is big enough, but' I shoud consider some of thoses cheap home-made tools he shows.

Only I don' t like the car lift for the router lift:

- because 1mm accuracy is just no good at all. (that’s about 1/24" ).

- The air entries of this red router looks totally obstructed, so router should burn.

This is a plunge router, to the best option for a router lift is quick and easy:

Use a threaded shaft in place of the original depth-stop, a nut and you got a hight accuracy lift.

One example here:
Ultra-cheap Router Lift: 6 Steps (with Pictures)

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