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Following on from my other thread about the ferm 2kw saw table the Router table ( another cheapish buy) needs some way to be able to fine adjust my plunge router thats fitted.

Other stuff recently has taken priority but I originally thought a small bottle jack placed under the router and resting on the shelf below could be an answer. The problem is that despite a few searches in googleI couldn't find one small enough to fit.

If anyone knows a source of a simlar jacking device which has a closed size of at least 144mm please post or perhaps some other idea to achieve the same :)
 
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Try a scrap yard, a scissor jack flattens down to less than 144mm
 
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Try a scrap yard, a scissor jack flattens down to less than 144mm
Jaymar, I had considered this but couldn't find a new one on the web

A Scrap yard does sound like the answer, cheers :)
 

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bilzee have you asked friends or neighbours they might have one you never know saves that trip to the scrap yard :D
 
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I use a scissor jack under the ppp router table and router...........got it from a car accesory shop for a tenner i think (the jack not the router and table) :lol: :lol:

Works fine.

Aidan.
 
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I use a scissor jack under the ppp router table and router...Works fine.
I thought it might Aidan, thanks for the confirmation :)

Blurk99, the cure seems more painful than the disease :lol: :wink:
 

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It's stupid really, i put them to one side when the 3 skips turned up for the glassware and the shelving that had to be dispoosed of becuase i knew they'd be useful one day!!! But after 3 weeks of no potential uses i chucked them, Doh!!!
 
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But after 3 weeks of no potential uses i chucked them, Doh!!!
I have a theory that nothing that comes into one's possesion is ever wasted, its just a question of if you have the room to store it all. :lol:

One thing is for certain though, the minute you throw it away the oppurtunity for its use always presents itself.

Sods law I believe :roll:

They would have been ideal m8. :cry:
 
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bilzee, i think you must be my wife :lol: :lol:

She seems to save everything..............if i need a copy of the local paper for an advert from a shop closed down 8 years ago lay my hands on it no probs.


Aidan.
 
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well that sorts it................you are my wife :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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Crikey Aiden, I hope your missus doesn't read this forum... :shock: Would you like floral tributes, or a donation to charity in memoriam? :lol:

Cheers, Alf
 
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All donations to my favorite charity plz.

But seriously any woman who puts up with a garage full of machinery, no room for her car, sawdust & shavings trampled thro the house deserves better.

If ya read this love, didn't mean it

Aidan.

Phew
 
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