RIDGID R24011 5.5 Amp Fixed Base Trim Router with 2.4 Amp 1/4 Sheet Sander
RIDGID introduces the 5.5 Amp Corded Trim Router with Free 2.4 Amp Corded 1/4 Sheet Sander. If you are looking for a compact router that can do it all, the RIDGID Trim Router is the one for the job. The RIDGID 1/4 Sheet Sander also includes a 1/4 in. sheet sander. A conveniently located micro-adjust dial offers precise depth control for reliable routing. The flat, no-mar top makes bit changes easier. SOFTStart and variable speed features help you gradually start the motor and adjust the speed to match the material type. Overmold provides an excellent grip. Backed by the Industry Leading Lifetime Service Agreement, this kit comes with the 5.5 Amp Corded Trim Router, 1/4 Sheet Sander, clear round and square bases, an edge guide, a 1/4 in. bit, and operator’s manuals.
The History Of Routers
Routers have been implemented into a tracking design called the CNC router that connects to computers and its software programs. rout or hollow out an area of wood or plastic. They are used in the making of cabinets mostly with all the inspiring styled elements. Routers are usual hand-held or mounted cutting end-up in a router table. Routers have a wide base and two knobs usually for holding them balanced. The electric motor makes them heavy making working with them more secure and true. The first handled power routers were invented in 1915 JetWoodworking company. Routing is properly applied to relatively weak and brittle materials, typically wood. The waste material created is fine dust and should be captured by your workshops dust collection system or outdoor work and fan.
RIDGID 1/4 Sheet Sander
To a novice, the router is the most protected and prized tool in a workshop in which to discover. Have your woodworking mentor show you that intimidating blade changes are easy. We have noticed with small 1/2 projects that creating a runway into the area you need to rout should be factored into your sized wood. Routers create wonderful detail but to a novice is very messy. It is nice to know that the local home improvement stores stock pre-routed wood for us crafters to get into our designs. We have noticed recently more pre-cut wood projects for woodworkers which is nice.