Ozito PRG-632VK plunge router. Is it any good?

Re: Ozito PRG-632VK plunge router. Is it any good?

Unread post #21 by JojoD818 » Sat Jun 25, 2016 7:53 pm

I have bad experience regarding fake power tools... angle grinder naman, after 10 minutes of grinding manhid ang braso ko sa vibrations! Plus it felt like the tool is "biting" because it really has no power. I got a Maktec from ACE, wala pa cab1 noon at di pa ako nag search sa mga forums, but it still serves me well to this day.

Btw, my brother bought a DCA 1/4 size orbital sander, it's relatively cheap and has a service center to go to just in case. It works well, but my Skil orbital sander seems to have a lot more power especially when using coarse sand paper. I will probably get one for finishing tasks. I have a DCA air blower which I use for air drying when I wash my scooter, kinda lazy to wipe it off eh.

Don't know if anyone here uses DCA power tools, they might be a better alternative to those surplus tools.
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Re: Ozito PRG-632VK plunge router. Is it any good?

Unread post #22 by bigfoot » Sun Jun 26, 2016 5:36 pm

I can't find the Makita FS-8S router in any website except for OLX.
Your cutting tools is only as good as your sharpening system.
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Re: Ozito PRG-632VK plunge router. Is it any good?

Unread post #23 by hazard » Tue Dec 20, 2016 1:33 pm

Update:

Finally I acquired a Skill 1827 from Goldpeak tools online shop.. Can't resist to grab one of their promo (https://shop.goldpeaktools.com.ph/colle ... nge-router). I was eying on the Makita MT M3600M but my budget would only allow for the Skil so I gave it a go. Buying online is the only option for me since malayo ako sa City and most routers available there are quite expensive for the same model. Can't test/practice with it yet. Wala pa kasi akong bits. Next saving would be for a coupe of bits and DIY Jigs.

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I wonder if workzone router table available in online surplus shops would be suitable for my new router?
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Re: Ozito PRG-632VK plunge router. Is it any good?

Unread post #24 by kennykamay » Tue Dec 20, 2016 4:47 pm

hazard wrote:Update:

Finally I acquired a Skill 1827 from Goldpeak tools online shop.. Can't resist to grab one of their promo (https://shop.goldpeaktools.com.ph/colle ... nge-router). I was eying on the Makita MT M3600M but my budget would only allow for the Skil so I gave it a go. Buying online is the only option for me since malayo ako sa City and most routers available there are quite expensive for the same model. Can't test/practice with it yet. Wala pa kasi akong bits. Next saving would be for a coupe of bits and DIY Jigs.

I wonder if workzone router table available in online surplus shops would be suitable for my new router?


nice! :thumbup: I have the same router, and still working my router bit collection. I'm looking into making a diy router table as well, hopefully hopefully next month.
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Re: Ozito PRG-632VK plunge router. Is it any good?

Unread post #25 by hazard » Tue Dec 20, 2016 7:13 pm

kennykamay wrote:nice! :thumbup: I have the same router, and still working my router bit collection. I'm looking into making a diy router table as well, hopefully hopefully next month.


That would be great. Would you mind sharing with us how you make your router tabl? I'm planning to make one for myself too if I can't acquire a suitable router table. I'm still unequipped kaya di ako sigurado kung saan magsisimula. BTW how's your router doing?
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Re: Ozito PRG-632VK plunge router. Is it any good?

Unread post #26 by kennykamay » Wed Dec 21, 2016 10:17 pm

So far its good. I mainly use the stright, flush trim and round over bit. I bought them individually because those are the bits i needed for my project.
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