Microrouter Compact - Part Identification

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Microrouter Compact - Part Identification

Post by Vassago » Fri 29 May , 2020 11:32 am

Hi..

Just got a Microrouter Compact - It came with these 2 tools - Any idea what they are and how you use them? Im guessing one is for setting the tool height, but there's no mention of it in the manual.

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Re: Microrouter Compact - Part Identification

Post by Martin » Mon 01 Jun , 2020 7:02 am

Hi Mat

The picture don`t seem to be showing.

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Re: Microrouter Compact - Part Identification

Post by Vassago » Sat 25 Jul , 2020 22:52 pm

Think it's showing now.. Hopefully.. Lol

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Re: Microrouter Compact - Part Identification

Post by TDIPower » Sun 26 Jul , 2020 20:41 pm

they look to be part of the kit for the 'F1 in Schools' system. is there a red anodised frame they will fit fixed to the bed. each but would fix to either end of a block of balsa wood of set dimension. This would be mounted in the frame and machined then using the flats on the square would be rotated 90 or 180 then machined again to make F1 styled racing cars.

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Re: Microrouter Compact - Part Identification

Post by Steve » Mon 27 Jul , 2020 8:11 am

Correct They are parts for the old style F1 in schools fixture with black rails.

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