My old (circa 1982) Craftsman 1.25 HP router would not hold a large (3/4" straight @ 1/8" depth) bit securely so I did some homework and picked up the DeWalt DW618PK router. The DW618 is a 2.25 HP variable speed router with 1/2" collet. The PK indicates that it comes with both a fixed base and a plunge base and a nice soft case to carry everything.
My first use was cutting some 3/4" dadoes in a work bench top to install some T-track. I was able to set the depth stop on the plunge…Continue
I just bought the saw guide and watched a few YouTube videos.
I started using it and it is a great tool. It was easy to set up with my DeWalt saw.
I am planning on building some cabinets and am going to use the Rip-Cut jig.
And of course the trusty pocket-hole jig too.