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PostPosted: Wed Dec 13, 2017 12:54 pm 
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Stocking fillers including router £30 shopvac £50, socket set £40 and misc tools
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The trestles look a good buy. :thumbright:

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Router is a bit of an odd one, 6mm and 8mm but no 1/4".


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Rorschach wrote:
Router is a bit of an odd one, 6mm and 8mm but no 1/4".

Yes, well worth noting for anyone considering the machine. :thumbright:
They're often metric only from there.
Sometimes they come with a 1/4" collet as well.
They often offer a set of metric bits at the same time, but it doesn't look as if they are in this time.
Another thread from a bit back here
1-4-router-bits-t80246.html


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Haha and I commented on that thread, totally forgot about that.


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