I just joined your community. I'm a novice woodworker. My motivation for woodworking is attributed to my 12 year son who has an interest in World War II vintage weapons. Replica/toy versions simply are not available. Air gun replicas are available and are north of $100. We have completed one project thus far using a jig saw, sander, and creativity. My son is delighted with this first effort which has motivated me to take on the next one. This time I've equipped myself with a RotoZip and I am in the market for a router. I'm sure I'll benefit greatly from the accumulated knowledge in this community.
Thanks Dave. At first I will use the router to round the edges of the replica guns I'm building and also to make some interior shapes. I don't need the best pro grade router but I also don't wish to buy a router that won't support my needs if I get into more complex projects.
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