No one says you have to take it all in 1 pass.:whistling
2 1/2" flat bottom/w replaceable cutters. Ran hundreds of feet of 3/16" dadoes with this. Also used to use a 1/2" radius nosing bit in 1 1/2 horse Craftsman router. Use of both hands IS recommended.:thumbsup:Absolutly! and thanks for such a fast response!
I think, and have been taught, that the danger with the large bits comes from the fact that there is a large amount of wood in contact with the bit even when taking small bites. That concerns me. Have you used large bits in a hand-held before?
Its a brute.Warner that is one badass router. Im not real sure all that power would help if the user wasent seasoned in But I like the thing! J.
And a fine piece of ironIts a brute.
You can sit it on a work table/bench, turn it on and walk away from it.
It will sit perfectly still while it is running.
They make some of the most well balanced, smooth running routers.
You guys ever held on tight ans went for a ride on Poter Cable's big beast of a router they made?