Popular Woodworking 2004-08 № 142, страница 50
The crank fits most plunge-style routers and helps greatly when the tool is positioned upside-down in a router table, such as the tilting router table discussed earlier.
If you use a plunge router with your router table, this little gizmo takes all the frustration out of setting the depth of cut. Just thread it onto the post, then crank the router up and down as needed. There's an accessory on the market
wrist action to raise or lower the router. You'll find the crank action much faster and more comfortable. When used with the tilting router stand I built for my shop, it helps create a truly user-friendly stationary routing system.
Hex nut to fit post (epoxy in counterbore)
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