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    Ryobi or Skill?

    http://www.homedepot.com/Tools-Hardw...atalogId=10053

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    http://www.lowes.com/lowes/lkn?actio...810&lpage=none


    Just for basic hole cutting. or should i get the cheaper dremel with the routher attachment?



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    Re: Ryobi or Skill?

    Neither, get a plunge.

    I'd leave the fixed base for a dedicated flush trim/edge router.




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    Re: Ryobi or Skill?

    i cant spend to much in one my only problem



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    Re: Ryobi or Skill?

    I built a half dozen boxes using a friggin' sawzall to cut the hole. If buying the right tool is REALLY cost prohibitive, and you can't borrow one or use a high school shop room or something, it CAN be done with a simple jigsaw or reciprocating saw. You just have to go slowly.



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    Re: Ryobi or Skill?

    Quote Originally Posted by SomeGuyDude View Post
    I built a half dozen boxes using a friggin' sawzall to cut the hole. If buying the right tool is REALLY cost prohibitive, and you can't borrow one or use a high school shop room or something, it CAN be done with a simple jigsaw or reciprocating saw. You just have to go slowly.
    well i cut some perfect circles with the skill saw i linked which is basically all im looking for which is why i asked which one would you guys pick between the two i know there not the best but it either one will do unless you can find a plund\ge for cheap



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    Re: Ryobi or Skill?

    Jigsaw works nearly fine, what I use now is a Ryobi wireless speed saw. It has the attachment that cuts a near perfect circle. It was 40 bucks since i already have the wireless tools that include batteries. Love it!!




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    Re: Ryobi or Skill?

    i dont have patiences for a jigsaw see what i did with the fixed saw was take a peice of wood measure the dia of the size of the hole i need drilled one hole in the middle of the wood then drilled to holes and a large 1/2 hole at the end of the wood then mount the router screw the wood in the middle and cut a circle... it would **** perfect for me anyways kinda like a ghetto jasper



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    Re: Ryobi or Skill?

    i found a black and decker plunge router whats the diffrence in a plunge and a base?



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