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Rout-R-Lift Prestige for Plunge Based Routers
Rout-R-Lift Prestige for Plunge Based Routers

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Rout-R-Lift Prestigeā„¢ Router Lift for plunge base routers
Our Price: $389.99

Availability:: Usually Ships in 2 to 3 Business Days
Product Code: 02322

Description Technical Specs
Finally a lift is available to fit your Plunge Based Router. JessEm is proud to introduce to you our Rout-R-Lift Prestige. The Prestige allows the user to mount the base of their plunge based router motor to the carriage. Made from the same high quality products as our Mast-R-Lift II and Excel II, the Prestige offer customers another list of options for their wood shops.

The Rout-R-Lift Prestige is predrilled for the following router motors:
  • Festool OF1010
  • Festool OF1400
  • DeWalt 625
  • ELU 3337-9
  • Makita RP2301/RP2300
  • Hitachi M12V
  • Bosch 1617/1604
  • Bosch 1617/1613
The Rout-R-Lift Prestige allows adjusting the cutting depth quickly and precisely with the included lifting crank handle. The adjustment and change of router bits can done from the top.

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Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Excellent piece of quality engineering. May 23, 2017
Reviewer: Clive Johnson from Millbrae, CA United States  
I purchased this lift to work with my Festool OF-1400 router and Kreg Router Table. Out of the box it's clearly a well engineered piece of equipment. I  carefully read the instructions and installed the router lift in my router table - it's worth taking your time to make sure everything is level and set correctly; i guess it took me the best part of an hour to install. I've used it half a dozen times to cut tongue and groove and other cuts and it's amazing. The handle raises or lowers by 2mm per full turn - with graduations to select fractions of a mm. The turn lock is a little hit and miss, i used a simple pencil mark to set the initial alignment point. Been a pleasure to work with.

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