Homemade Overarm Router

Discussion in 'Plans, Designs & Software' started by BWGuitars, May 17, 2013.

  1. aeleus

    aeleus Active Member

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    Good point, Bruce. I can tighten down the lock so that it takes a substantial amount of force for it to move. It's at least as secure as doing hand-held router work. But, unless I come up with something to truly lock it in place, I'll limit this to lighter duty work and keep aware of the issue.
     
  2. rusdfh

    rusdfh New Member

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    Old radial arm saw works great for conversion to overarm/pin router
     
  3. Purelojik

    Purelojik New Member

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    why not just lock it to a square post instead? i dont think it'll swing then
     

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