If you are a dedicated in wood craftsmanship, you’ll need a router lift that can match up to your passion. The Bench Dog Tools ProLift, in particular, sets itself apart from other router lifts. First, it combines speed, range, and precision in one tool. The result is a reliable model for making all the correct bit height adjustments. With bronze bushings, this router is set for heavy-duty use every day.
Easy Adjusting Mechanism with Great Accuracy
The ProLift explores a belt-drive mechanism for making smooth changes. There are simple steps required to make the modifications so that you won’t be hassling with gears, belts, and chains. It eliminates sloppy functions which would delay your progress and even make the whole adjustment process hard to achieve. With the precision level at 0.001inches, you’ll be ditching the digital reader and making all the changes with the naked eye.
Requires Little Maintenance
Thanks to the self-cleaning direct drive lead screw, your router lift will generally require very little upkeep. This, in turn, extends the longevity of the device. It also adds to the speed with which it can perform the adjustments since it does not get clogged with dirt and debris. In addition, the incorporation of integral fins on the aluminum housing keeps the machine cool; hence the parts do not wear as fast as they would on a regular router lift.
It’s very versatile
If you are using Bench Dog router tables, you are in luck as it is the exact match. But this advantage does not stop there. This router lift can also take on fixed base routers which have a motor 4.2inches diameter. Better still, if you use small routers, you’ll only need an adapter so that you can set this lift to work with your router.
- It uses bronze pre-load nuts to make easier adjustments
- It comes with self-cleaning screws
- It has a twin ball bearing system for comfortable working
- It has cooling fins to counter excess heat
- Perfect for daily usage on the cast iron plate
- It is heavier than most routers so you can expect some weight changes on your router table