madjack wrote:Heikki, you very near the land of BOSCH...my recommendation is to get one with exchangable bases...One fat base and a plunge base...soft start and variable speeds are excellent features as well...'course the caravan guys you are hangin' with may have some Yurro based suggestions......
asianflava wrote:Heikki I only had a smattering of router experience before I built my trailer. Now, I can't live without one. I made a full sized template and cut it out with a pattern bit, a bit with a ball bearing. Bushings and collars will do the same thing.
Juneaudave wrote:Heikki...routers are easy to use...just try your new machine on scraps first!!! IMHO...they really remove wood quickly...and let you make your mis-cuts equally as quickly
After you get the router then you'll want a router table. With a good one you can mill just about any trim you want. And invaluable making cabinet doors.
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