The Trend T4 router is compact, lightweight and easy to control for home use and is suitable for such jobs as hinge recessing and edge work. Dismountable from the base the unit can be used for freehand carving, die grinding or used in drill stand or clamp. The 850W variable speed motor runs between 1,1500 - 3,2000 rpm and will accept 1/4", 6mm and 8mm cutter shanks. Spindle lock aids cutter changing. The base will accept standard guide bushes. Supplied complete with 3 collets, 34mm dust spout, 16mm guide bush, side fence and storage case.
|Collets Supplied||1/4", 6 & 8mm|
|Plunge Stroke||0 - 35mm|
|Spindle Lock||Standard Feature|
|Corded or Cordless||Corded|
30 January 2017
Design faults to be aware of, compared with the Bosch original.The original Bosch model had a better quality motor, Scintilla I think, as opposed to the apparently Chinese one now supplied. I bought it because it can be used with a drill stand or suchlike, for overhead routing, or jigged to the cross-slide on the Myford for more elaborate procedures.
24 January 2017
T3 and T4 RoutersI have had one each these models. I bought the second after the motor on the first burnt out (admittedly after a few years' use) because of the price and it seemed suitable for trimming work. Now the second motor has gone as well. The power rating was raised between the two versions but it seems that it is still not enough. I was only trimming thin (~ 12mm) wood on both occasions. I don't think I will be buying a third one.
23 October 2016
terribleI have had this for just over a year for hinge recessing work. have used for approx. 1 hrs work. it has started to rev up and down and is producing that wonderful burning smell along with reducing speed. The spindle lock has become broke and I had to remove it. I assumed trend would be the perfect machine. what a let down. I will now search for something strongly built suited to my tasks. £80 for a hrs use. avoid.
27 May 2016
great for rounding over and edge-finishing commerciallybought two 115V versions in 2010 approx. Used in a commercial work shop .......Is the 115V electronics more reliable? ? ? ? Or are there good and bad batches? ? Still good for bearing guided and custom made fence guided rounding and edge finishing of any wood or "compact" a really tough solid "formica" board". Also Corian and other solid resin work surfaces. I immediately fitted 30 foot long power leads and they are only used for jobs suited to a £80 machine. speed control is above average
22 January 2016
terrible piece of kitgot this to rout hinges out with a trespa jig but found the router bit is so far off centre it hits the template guide ,too much play on the slide columns, also after trying in vain to centre it decided to remove the router bit which resulted in the spindle lock failing, can not remove the bit at all , terrible engineering dont bother.