JessEm Rout-R-Lift Prestige (Metric)

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by JessEm
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£349.95
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JessEm Rout-R-Lift Prestige is a premium metric router lift set within a 9.5mm aluminium plate, that fits European hand held routers.

The direct drive rise and fall mechanism works via a metric screw and gives endless years of accurate and reliable service, without the issues associated with poorer quality belt or chain driven drives that tend to clog, work loose and snap over time.

Make life easier! No more scrambling under the table trying to push your router up - all our American-style router lifts allow for height adjustment of the router from above the table.

A robust cranked handle operates the double bearing spindle from above the table with great precision and ease. The effortless and positive winding action is measured by the metric scale built into the router plate’s surface giving very accurate incremental calibration of the rise before ultimately using the same cranked handle to lock off the mechanism. Both the height adjustment and locking mechanism are located on the front edge of the router lift plate, meaning you won’t have the hassle of having to move your router fence to make adjustments when in use. The built in spindle height lock ensures no height loss or movement whilst the router is in use.

The 9.5mm thick-cast, precision ground and anodised black solid aluminium top plate is very strong and flat and will not flex or bend in use. The plate measures 235mm x 298mm and will accommodate large diameter cutters up to 92mm and can be reduced down to 51mm using the glass filled poly-carbonate insert ring included (other ring sets are available). All JessEm plates come with their own levelling system allowing for perfect alignment and levelling and fit our own JessEm and INCRA table tops or use our router insert plate template for home-made tables for a perfect fit.

Fitting your router to the lift is very quick and simple; the lift has a low profile plate pre-drilled for the most popular routers on the market. Place your router on the plate, match your fixing holes and screw it in place. Raise your router to its maximum plunge and lock it off, the Prestige will now do all the height movement for you in one easy and accurate movement. If you have a router that is not catered for within the pre-drilled plate list then a undrilled plate version is available.

The router plate and fixing plate are low profile but to make your original router even better you can use it with our Xtreme Xtension, for above the table cutter changes. Please note that the fixing screws are individual to your router are available from the manufacturer, and should have been supplied originally.

Pre-Drilled Plates available for use with the following common European routers:

  • Festool OF1010
  • Festool OF1400
  • DeWalt 625
  • Trend T11
  • ELU 177 and 3337-9
  • Makita RP2301 and RP2300
  • Hitachi M12V and M12V2
  • Bosch 1617, 1604 and 1613

Or buy an Undrilled Plate version and drill it to fit your own router.

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    A.M.
    JessEm router lift

    I’ve had a couple of router tables and the problems are they are generic so installing the router is a pain and you never get it central but mostly, changing bits are so awkward and time consuming that you just don’t use it, this lift plate takes that all away it’s superb build quality and ease of use makes it a pleasure to use
    Sure it’s expensive but how often will you replace it ?
    Make sure you buy the template if you want a perfect fit if going into a wooden worktop

    J
    J.P.V.
    A Gem in your Workshop

    After reviewing a few router lifts in the market, I found out that the Router Lift Prestige (Metric) is one of best router lifts in the market, and it fits my Makita RP 2300 Router.
    I think the lift is very well designed and accurate. It`s very enjoyable and satisfying working with high quality tools such as the jessem router lift. I would like to thank the wood workers workshop team, helping me out with this purchase. Ventura

    T
    T.W.H.
    New router lift

    I am still building my new table to put the lift in so I am unable to coment on It’s performance On appearance It seems a well made item.

    R
    R.W.
    Great Expectations

    I am still waiting for delivery.

    S
    S.
    The most important tool in the shop!

    A good router is one of the most important and flexible tools in the shop. So having a good router table is essential IMO. I bought the JessEm router lift prestige to mount my trusty Dewalt DW625. The lift is very well engineered with a smooth and very accurate adjustment via the above table crank handle. I mounted the lift in the JessEm phenolic table (rather extravagant but I wanted to crack on with projects rather than spend my limited time making a table) which made the whole setup process less than an hour from unboxing to routing.

    The only issue I had was the loss of around an inch of depth meant some of my router bits didn't have enough shaft length to be mounted properly. I spoke with Jim of Woodworkers workshop and he suggested the Router raizer or Musclechuck. After doing some research on YouTube and woodworking forums I opted for the Musclechuck. It gives me back half inch of lost depth and I can now quickly change bits from above the table without using any spanners. A win-win!

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  •  JessEm Tab-loc Insert Rings Blank

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    • Rout-R-Lift Prestige Plate,Lift and Drilled Mounting Plate (combined)
    • Winding Handle
    • Tab-loc Insert ring Tool
    • Levelling grub screws

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A.M.
JessEm router lift

I’ve had a couple of router tables and the problems are they are generic so installing the router is a pain and you never get it central but mostly, changing bits are so awkward and time consuming that you just don’t use it, this lift plate takes that all away it’s superb build quality and ease of use makes it a pleasure to use
Sure it’s expensive but how often will you replace it ?
Make sure you buy the template if you want a perfect fit if going into a wooden worktop

J
J.P.V.
A Gem in your Workshop

After reviewing a few router lifts in the market, I found out that the Router Lift Prestige (Metric) is one of best router lifts in the market, and it fits my Makita RP 2300 Router.
I think the lift is very well designed and accurate. It`s very enjoyable and satisfying working with high quality tools such as the jessem router lift. I would like to thank the wood workers workshop team, helping me out with this purchase. Ventura

T
T.W.H.
New router lift

I am still building my new table to put the lift in so I am unable to coment on It’s performance On appearance It seems a well made item.

R
R.W.
Great Expectations

I am still waiting for delivery.

S
S.
The most important tool in the shop!

A good router is one of the most important and flexible tools in the shop. So having a good router table is essential IMO. I bought the JessEm router lift prestige to mount my trusty Dewalt DW625. The lift is very well engineered with a smooth and very accurate adjustment via the above table crank handle. I mounted the lift in the JessEm phenolic table (rather extravagant but I wanted to crack on with projects rather than spend my limited time making a table) which made the whole setup process less than an hour from unboxing to routing.

The only issue I had was the loss of around an inch of depth meant some of my router bits didn't have enough shaft length to be mounted properly. I spoke with Jim of Woodworkers workshop and he suggested the Router raizer or Musclechuck. After doing some research on YouTube and woodworking forums I opted for the Musclechuck. It gives me back half inch of lost depth and I can now quickly change bits from above the table without using any spanners. A win-win!