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Three-Base Router System Homewood IL

The fixed and D-handle bases have an easy-to-use lever-style locking clamp and a great micro-adjustment ring, which simplifies setting bit depth. The plunge base has a micro-adjust for fine-tuning bit depth and a stop rod for setting plunge depth, but lacks a turret for setting multiple depths-of-cut.

The Home Depot
(708)647-6084
17845 Halsted St
Homewood, IL
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Mon-Sat: 6:00am-10:00pm
Sun: 8:00am-8:00pm

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(708)730-9100
1550 Torrence Ave
Calumet City, IL
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(219)844-5134
1624 E 165th Street
Hammond, IN
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(815)464-9107
20101 Lagrange Road
Frankfort, IL
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(219)322-1651
960 US Highway 41
Schererville, IN
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(708)481-1551
20808 Cicero Ave
Matteson, IL
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(708)239-1873
12000 S Cicero Ave
Alsip, IL
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(708)614-9200
7300 W 159th Street
Orland Park, IL
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(708)952-4909
300 Commons Drive
Chicago Ridge, IL
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(708)423-3126
4060 W 95th Street
Oak Lawn, IL
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Three-Base Router System

Three-Base Router System

 

 


Multi-base routers give you more bang for your router buck. Instead of reaching for a different router, you just swap bases. The new Ryobi RE1803BK router ($179) comes with three bases: fixed, plunge and D-handle. (A D-handle base gives you more control when routing edges.) Most other multi-base kits cost more and come with only fixed and plunge bases. Like other multi-base machines, this router has electronic variable speed (15,000 to 25,000 rpm) and soft start. Its 9.5-amp motor is less powerful than other multi-base routers' 12-amp motors, however. Less power means more passes for large cuts. The Ryobi comes with a 1/2-in. collet and a reducer for 1/4-in. shanks. You don't need any tools to swap bases. The fixed and D-handle bases have an easy-to-use lever-style locking clamp and a great micro-adjustment ring, which simplifies setting bit depth. The plunge base has a micro-adjust for fine-tuning bit depth and a stop rod for setting plunge depth, but lacks a turret for setting multiple depths-of-cut.
The kit includes a dust-collection shroud, five template guide bushings, a fence and a bag to hold everything.

Source
Ryobi Tools, (800) 525-2579
www.ryobitools.com
Ryobi RE1803BK, $179.

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