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router [2017/10/17 15:22]
glassgiant
router [2017/10/17 15:28]
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 Routers may seem less dangerous than saws with large spinning blades, but the incredible speed they turn at mean they are capable of grabbing your work and pulling your hands where they shouldn'​t go.  They can also fling chips and broken router bits at high speed. Remember your safety glasses! Routers may seem less dangerous than saws with large spinning blades, but the incredible speed they turn at mean they are capable of grabbing your work and pulling your hands where they shouldn'​t go.  They can also fling chips and broken router bits at high speed. Remember your safety glasses!
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 +====== Changing Bits ======
 +Unplug the router. ​ The original collet wrench is no longer with us, but there is just barely room for an adjustable wrench to loosen the collet. ​ You'll have to hold down the spindle lock lever while you do this.  Replace the bit and retighten the collet.
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 ====== Specifications ====== ====== Specifications ======
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   * 1 1/2 horsepower   * 1 1/2 horsepower
   * 25,000 RPM   * 25,000 RPM
 +  * Detachable baseplate
  
  
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-This {{:​tools:​superroutermanual.pdf|manual}} is for a very similar model.+This {{:​tools:​superroutermanual.pdf|manual}} is for a similar model (note: the spindle lock is very different).
router.txt · Last modified: 2017/10/17 15:28 by glassgiant