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cmacnaughton

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#1 posted 10-29-2019 04:13 AM



Love a D handle for edge work. I ve always felt more in control of them, than those Mickey Mouse knobs so frequently used.

I have a variety of them used in tables, but I am fondest of a Triton 3 1/4. I just haven t been able to pony up the grand plus I see most of the big tables, with lifts, and 3+ HP loose routers to go in a lift. The Triton can work in a lot of scenarios all across the price spectrum, offers above table adjustment, plenty of power, and for me they have worked without fail.

I also have a 2 1/2 Triton for times I need a plunge out of a table. That works well too. I once tried counting all the routers laying around. I gave up when it was apparent I have a router problem….....

- therealSteveN


Thanks, Steve. Having a router problem is better than having a no-router problem!

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