Question about Bosch Plunge Router
When used in a table, upside down of course, the plunge lock slips so the router "falls" a few mm.
You can try to adjust the lever that moves the plunge and see if that helps, but a plunge router isn't made for upside use. If you have the option and use the router upside down often, you may want to get a fixed base.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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