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Posted on Need help with a router purchase

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#1 posted 12-03-2018 03:38 PM

The type of work you’re describing is best done with a shaper as jbay says because it usually requires heavy material removal or multiple passes with a router. However, if you’re set on the router route then forget the plunge feature. Go with the beefiest router you can find and make it your permanent table mount.

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