A unilift is a device for the router table, you attach the router to the kit and it enables you to raise and lower the router from above the table.WiZeR":2mv0jxi5 said:could i ask what a unilift is?
Mdotflorida said:I've never seen a review for the Unilift but I have seen good magazine reviews about the Rout R Lift which is on my shopping list for next month.
You can have a play with the Unilift when you come next week, as far as a comparison review goes I'm not sure that has been done.
My choice for the Unilift as apposed to the Rout-R-lift (which was the road I was going down) was the precision engineeringand robustness. I'll let you make up your own decision.
I'm not sure, you'll have to contact Woodworkers Workshop .CYC":1sbsrtyq said:Does the free delivery apply to the republic of Ireland?
You should be able to get a list at http://www.woodpeck.com/unilift.htmlCYC":1sbsrtyq said:Is there a list of Routers it is suitable for? I mean by suitable no drilling required.
Andyandy king":1k6ayyr9 said:Of the two, as Waka rightly says, the Unilift is the far better of them, but they both reduce the maximum plunge available as they have to fit to a secondary sub base to allow the raising mechanism to work.
Again Waka, pefectly correct, and reviewed in issue 146 at the same time as the Uni. (Charley, we need an emoticon shaped like a plug!)but this is where the Xtreme Xtention comes into its own.
andy king":1jep7cns said:Charley, we need an emoticon shaped like a plug!
RogerRoger Sinden":1cok6s9k said:Waka
With your Xtreme Xtension is there any increase in vibration (even by a slight amount)?
What was the largest diameter cutter that you've used with it?