DeWalt DW625EK 230V PLUNGE ROUTER 2000W
- Power Input: 2000 Watt
- No Load Speed RPM: 8000-24000
- Variable Speed: Yes
- Plunge Depth: 80mm
- Collet Chuck Capacity: 6-12.7mm
- Supplied with Guide Bush: Yes
- Supplied with Collet-Spanner: Yes
- Parallel Guide: Yes
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Dewalt plunge router dw625ek 230 volt
Dewalt professional Electronic Plunge Router with the following features:
Electronic variable speed with soft start.
High performance motor for longer durability.
Rack & pinion depth adjuster with magnified Scale.
Power Input 1850 Watts
No load speed 8,000-24,000 rpm
Plunge stroke 64 mm
Collet Size 6-12.7 mm
Max. Cutter diameter 50 mm
Parallel fence with fine adjustment, dust extraction adapter,6.35 & 12.7 mm guide bush., 8 mm collet, spanner and heavy duty case.
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"Parallel fence with fine adjustment, dust extraction adapter,6.35 & 12.7 mm guide bush., 8 mm collet, spanner and heavy duty case."
This isn't true, there is only one guide bush and it's significantly bigger that 12.7mm. It does come with two collets 1/4 and 1/2 inch however, which is what the description refers to (I think).
Anyway I cant fault the tool or the provider, and I'd recommend this to anyone who wants to do SERIOUS routing, but not if you want to make a few small boxes and dovetail joints as a hobbyist.
This router has never let me down. Just about the toughest job I've done with is it so route raised panels with the largest router cutter having a huge 10cm diameter. Mounted in a table and making gradual ever deeper cuts, the router never slowed down and allowed me to make 12 raised panel doors in record time.
The other cheap routers I've had don't even compare. Screws coming loose, levers breaking, bearings wearing out and motors actually burning out! etc etc. Spend a little extra and get a quality tool.
DeWalt, Freud, Festool and Makita etc are in a class of their own: all good choices, with subtle differences the choice of which will depend on your exact needs or style of work.
I'm quite the fan of DeWalt tools (though not exclusively so, I do have tools from other manufacturers: Worx Sonicrafter pro 607.1 for instance being a surprisingly quality tool) Having acquired a DC925 18v hammer drill with 3 batteries some years ago and then later a DC825 18v impact driver, I obviously had to continue with DeWalt 18v tools, one doesn't want to have different sets of manufacturers batteries and chargers. The DW934 trim saw with a 4th 18v battery was an easy choice and didn't disappoint. These three have allowed me to build and convert a loft and fit a new fully joisted tng floor and dormer window. Two pass cutting 9x3's while in a tight space in the loft and single pass cutting 6x2 floor joists, then auger drilling 22mm holes to hardwood peg joints in wood. Having pilot drilled and counter sunk the holes in the tng real wood flooring I screwed almost 2,000 screws with the impact driver.
As I've mentioned above most _quality_ tools would have managed the job too but DeWalt is certainly in the top 5 if not 3 if not infact #1 postition
This router is 100% recommended
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