Make intricate patterns in both the exterior and interior of your workpieces with the WEN 15 Amp Variable Speed Plunge Router. This versatile machine features a variable speed 15 Amp motor, providing users speeds from 8,000 RPM to 23,000 RPM. The 1/2 in. collet includes an additional 1/4 in. Adapter, allowing for compatibility with a wide variety of bits. Our soft startup design prevents damage to your workpiece and lengthens the tools lifespan. The spring-loaded base features a lock-down knob to turn your plunge router into a fixed router. The intricate depth stop system features a 7-stop turret, a depth adjustment dial that advances the depth stop 5/16 of an inch per quarter turn, and a fine-tune adjustment dial that advances it 1/128 of an inch per quarter turn. The included guide fence lets users rout perfectly straight lines, helping to create dadoes and grooves along the workpiece. This kit comes packed with accessories, including a hard-shelled blow mold carrying case, a 1-1/2 in. Dust collection duct, a bit-changing wrench, a straight-edge guide fence, a fence scale, a centering pin for cutting circles, a profile guide for routing edges of curvy workpieces, and a template guide for creating more complex shapes. And, because its a WEN product, your woodworking router comes backed by a 2-year warranty, a stocked inventory of replacement parts, and a friendly customer help line.
- Powerful 15 Amp variable speed soft start motor provides speeds from 8,000 RPM to 23,000 RPM
- Plunging base locks in downward position for functionality as both a plunge and a fixed router
- Accepts both 1/4 in. and 1/2 in. router bits with a plunge depth of up to 2-3/8 in.
- 7-stop turret combined with both macro and micro-adjustment dials maximize precision
- Includes a hard-shelled carrying case, a multi-function straight-edge fence, a template guide, a circle-cutting centering pin, a fence scale, and a 1-1/2 in. dust collection duct
- Backed by a 2-year warranty
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov