Table Router

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Table Router

Postby sparkymike » Sat Mar 18, 2017 7:44 am

Hi I just bought a table router, a P Pro model CLM 1050 RT.
The rise and fall was seized but now fixed that. The ride and fall tool is missing, so I have made a rough tool just to get the machine working.
Can anyone post me a picture of what this should look like.?
This machine is the type that has two small slots in the plastic circular plate that encircles the router bit.
I have hunted high and low for a handbook on the net, but no luck.
The machine resembles one of the earlier Ryobi ones. I will try and post a photo.
Mike.

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Re: Table Router

Postby sparkymike » Sun Mar 19, 2017 7:42 am

Photos of the router table.
Arrows show where the tool raises and lowers the router.

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Re: Table Router

Postby hercule » Mon Mar 20, 2017 6:54 am

Looks like one of the generic brands. That gets sold in b+q/Aldi
Never seen any spares for sale for them.

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Re: Table Router

Postby promhandicam » Mon Mar 20, 2017 7:36 am

P pro is sold by b&q I think so maybe try them. TBH, I think you'd be better off just making a tool to do the job - it looks like a sort of peg spanner should do it.


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