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Customer Reviews for FREE SHIPPING - DEWALT Heavy-Duty EVS Plunge Router - 3 HP, Model# DW625

FREE SHIPPING - DEWALT Heavy-Duty EVS Plunge Router - 3 HP, Model# DW625

Item# 399557
The DEWALT plunge router is an excellent woodworking tool featuring a 3 HP motor with the power to rout smoothly through the toughest hardwoods. Rack and pinion depth adjuster, magnified scale and micro-fine bit depth adjuster provides fast and accurate depth settings. Amps 15, Base Dimensions in. 5 5/8-6 11/16, HP 3, Pludge Stroke in. 2 7/16, Speed RPM 8,000-22,000, Variable Speed Yes, Base Type Plunge, Collet Diameter in. 1/4, 1/2, Wrench Included Yes. Spindle lock button for single-wrench bit changes Phosphorous bronze bushings provides a smooth and accurate plunge Dust extraction adapter for cleaner work sites Guide bushing adapter plate accepts standard guide bushings for template work 1-pc. motor shaft and spindle ensures perpendicularity and accuracy 15 Amp motor uses state-of-the-art circuitry for soft starts and smooth operation Full wave electronic variable-speed motor runs at 8000-22,000 RPM with constant speed under load to ensure a quality finish in all materials Rack and pinion depth adjuster, magnified scale and micro-fine bit depth adjuster provide fast and accurate depth settings
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Customer Reviews for FREE SHIPPING - DEWALT Heavy-Duty EVS Plunge Router - 3 HP, Model# DW625
Review 1 for FREE SHIPPING - DEWALT Heavy-Duty EVS Plunge Router - 3 HP, Model# DW625
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5 / 5

Router DW 625

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October 16, 2007
By GaryD
from Hillsboro, TX
"This router has plenty of power and a smooth plunge motion. I wish were a little quieter; however, I have only heard one router that was substantially quieter.
There are four things I wish were really different:
1. For router table use the shaft could be about a half inch longer for easier bit
changing.
2. A switch on the handle would be much more convenient and I believe safer
for free hand routing.
3. For router table use crank stile raising and lowering mechanism will be
very handy. I use the Router Raiser on mine, but a factory built in system
would probably be better.
4. A quick change chuck would be nice. (I replaced mine with a quick change.)
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