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  • #580827
    r-ice
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    Durham region, ON

    Agree on the 690 being fine, it will just take a bit more time due to the lighter passes. I have a couple 690’s that have been put through the paces as mentioned with larger bits.

    Granted the Hitachi M12V’s work much better now that I have a couple of those, but the 690’s live on for more work in the future. 🙂

    You just can’t kill those 690’s, can you?

    well I think what I ended up doing works much better for me lol. I am going to stick the porter cable 690 router into my new bosch router table and use the new router in coming with the bigger bit

    #580877
    MTRoads
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    Near Glacier National Park, MT

    Agree on the 690 being fine, it will just take a bit more time due to the lighter passes. I have a couple 690’s that have been put through the paces as mentioned with larger bits.

    Granted the Hitachi M12V’s work much better now that I have a couple of those, but the 690’s live on for more work in the future. 🙂

    You just can’t kill those 690’s, can you?

    Does seem to take a lot. Thought I had worn one of mine out – replaced the brushes and it runs like new.

    Stan
    From the Northwest corner of Montana.

    #580883

    Nice bits, I’d never heard of them before, and now there on my list to pick up when I get a chance, that is a nice looking tenon in the demo picture for the bits.

    Will

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