Discussion in 'Carpenters' Talk' started by bodget&scarpers, Oct 20, 2004.
i look 4 ward 2 ur replies
1/4 or 1/2 inch any brand.
I quite liked the 1/4 elu for light work and triming nice little machine.
holzher 1/4 inch
got and still have from 6 years ago
tried to buy another and can't find a supplier.
anyone know?i'll take ten!!!!!!!!!!!!!
still using my old elu MOF-177e..new bearings needed a few times but what a great bit of precision kit.
So I should be quite happy with my ¼" MOF 96/02 & ½" MOF 177/02?
slimboy is spot on the mof177e is in a league of it's own
Durable, reliable & accurate what more can you ask for?
I swear by my Perles 808.
It's over 6 years old and never given any bother.
Swiss made and as good as a Swiss watch.
It must be good, Trend copied it exactly as their T5.
I'd love to try the Festool.
It's pricey at £350 but can be safely used with one hand.
couldnt press the next button cos youd answerd tis post l o l
mof177e but now using festool of1o1o it's a close thing!!
got to be makita had it 13 yrs works really hard dont know how much they are know but it was 230 quid then
Of my 6 routers, the CMT 1850 is the one I would keep if I had to get rid of the rest. I use it for everything from making cabinet doors in the router table, worktops and light moulding tasks. I also really like the old Elu routers.
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