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My name is Richard Charette, I 'am from Spokane, WA.
I have been in wheelchair for seventeen years(para and double amputee at
the hips) Are their any others? out their

The other night, I paid forty dollers for fifeteen new routerbits, with half-
inch shanks. The name is carb tech.
Did I pay to much?
 

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Welcome Richard. Those bits will get you routing so it's not a bad deal. I promised a stand for the Router Workshop table which is wheel chair friendly and havent been able to get in the shop. I will be hard at it between Xmas and NYE so look for the plan under the forum: Project Plans and How To.
 

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I too am a para but have both legs and very little eyesight. I am now building a stand for my "router workshop" table. I will use it sideways as I do with the table saw and others.
How's your balance? I find that I need to hold myself up with one hand while routing or cutting with the other. I use a lot of featherboards and hold downs when I work.
Keep in touch. [email protected]
Bruce in the Peg (Winnipeg Mb. Canada)
 
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