To many woodworkers, a plunge router is like one of those deluxe TV remotes controls that has lots of buttons and functions: Most people only use a few of them because they don’t understand their full capabilities. Welcome to the plight of the plunge router. Too often this versatile tool gets pushed to the side in favor of it simpler sibling, the fixed base router. But here are 11 ways a plunge router beats its brother.
Featured in the Dec/Jan 2009 issue of WOOD.
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