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By Robert W. Lang
Page: 26

From the December 2004 issue #145
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As a class, 3+ horsepower plunge routers are more tool than the average woodworker needs. Unless you rout a lot of big mortises, or cut solid surface material on a regular basis, a smaller plunge router is usually a better choice.

But if you need a big plunge router, the Festool OF 2000 E deserves a close look. Like a Mercedes or a BMW, this router is thoughtfully engineered and flawlessly manufactured.

From the December 2004 issue #145
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