Ready2Lift Router Lift with 9-1/4'' x 11-3/4'' Plate
The Ready2Lift is an industry-first computer-controlled router lift that joins the Ready2Rout Fence in bringing the ease and accuracy of the digital age to all your router table operations. The Ready2Lift works either in tandem with the touch-screen controller on the Ready2Rout Fence (#44999, sold separately), or can be used with its own Controller Unit (#58808, sold separately). Just a few strokes of the touch screen commands the motorized lift to quickly and quietly position your bit at the perfect height for your operation. No more reaching under the table, no fiddling with hex wrenches and no mismeasurements! Eight bit height settings can be stored in memory for easily repeatable setups, and the lift features auto zeroing for fast setups after changing the bit.
- Rugged, all-metal construction with 9-1/4'' x 11-3/4'' x 3/8'' thick aluminum plate (fits most router tables other than Rockler and Bench Dog; for a Ready2Lift package with a Rockler plate, (see #52919)
- Insert ring is solid steel with a 1'' ID. Additional rings are available separately (coming soon)
- Fast and accurate bit height adjustment with digital precision
- Raise and lower router bits in 0.001'' increments
- Save eight bit height settings into memory for fast changes between common setups
- Can work in tandem with Ready2Rout fence (#44999, sold separately) for even greater capabilities
(1) 9-1/4'' x 11-3/4'' Router Plate (fits most router table other than Rockler and Bench Dog)
(1) 1'' I.D. Insert Ring
|Manufacturer Part Number||PDB:READY2LIFT/STAND|
I'm trying to find a router plate template or wonder if someone might know what the corner radius is for the Ready2Lift (9-1/2" x 11-3/4") plate. Also, is the plate exactly 9-1/2" x 11-3/4", as I may need to open the plate seat by a few thou?
The folks at Next Wave Automation said they did not know?
Are these lifts not manufactured by Next Wave Automation?