ThanksSawdust Producer":2zlpiolj said:Happy 100 registered users Charlie
I took the plastic gaiters off my Frued and it give me more plungeGillD":1fhzjinr said:An afterthought.
When buying a router it's worth considering depth of plunge: very important if you plan to use templates or fix it in a table.
You find a motor that is still rinning cold after 2 hours of use (not just run, but worked for two hours), and it'll be worth a lot of money.Comparing the power rating of electric tools can be tricky. The power rating that is shown is always the input power, and the output power is always less than this. My Freud router gets quite warm when running in the router table for any length of time, so part of that 2000w of input power is being used to heat it up, instead of spinning the bit. So it is possible to find a 1800W router that is provides more power to the work than a 2000W router