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Milwaukee 5615-24 1.75-Horsepower Multi-Base Router Kit Includes Plunge Base and BodyGrip Fixed Base


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  • Tough, machined aluminum motor housing and base
  • Quick release motor adds the convenience of pop and drop quick base changes
  • 5 Years
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number5615-84
Product Dimensions64.1 x 38.1 x 31.8 cm
Item model number5615-24
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB000QV35AK
Best Sellers Rank #19,804 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13 Kg
Date First AvailableSept. 8 2011
  
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The Milwaukee 5615-24 plunge base features an exclusive, four-point bushing design and constant spring tension which delivers smooth, non-binding plunge action. It has a 6-Position (1/8-inch increment) adjustable metal turret stops. The Milwaukee 5615-24 plunge base also contains durable, nickel-plated plunge rods that resist corrosion and contamination to consistently deliver smooth plunge action. The base has a precise macro/micro depth adjustment system to 1/64-inch increments, and 3-metal depth scale and adjustable pointer. The Milwaukee 5615-24 plunge base features a depth rod system with quick-release button and locking screw for convenient, precise plunge cut depth adjustment. The patented fixed-base BodyGrip design features a precise macro/micro linear depth adjustment system with patented above-the-table height adjustment. The motor is a powerful 1-3/4 MAX horsepower Milwaukee built motor. Kit Includes: Impact-resistant carrying case, dust shield/port assembly, durable, dual-position dust shield/collection system for efficient dust management with or without vacuum, 2 clear polycarbonate sub-bases, concentricity gauge for precise centering of template guides, small hole (1-3/16-inch center) sub-base and large (2-1/2 inch center) sub-base assemblies, 2 forged steel collet wrenches, 1/4-inch and 1/2-inch premium 8-slot collet and nut assemblies.

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The Milwaukee 5615-24 plunge base features an exclusive, four-point bushing design and constant spring tension which delivers smooth, non-binding plunge action. It has a 6-Position (1/8-inch increment) adjustable metal turret stops. The Milwaukee 5615-24 plunge base also contains durable, nickel-plated plunge rods that resist corrosion and contamination to consistently deliver smooth plunge action. The base has a precise macro/micro depth adjustment system to 1/64-inch increments, and 3-metal depth scale and adjustable pointer. The Milwaukee 5615-24 plunge base features a depth rod system with quick-release button and locking screw for convenient, precise plunge cut depth adjustment. The patented fixed-base BodyGrip design features a precise macro/micro linear depth adjustment system with patented above-the-table height adjustment. The motor is a powerful 1-3/4 MAX horsepower Milwaukee built motor. Kit Includes: Impact-resistant carrying case, dust shield/port assembly, durable, dual-position dust shield/collection system for efficient dust management with or without vacuum, 2 clear polycarbonate sub-bases, concentricity gauge for precise centering of template guides, small hole (1-3/16-inch center) sub-base and large (2-1/2 inch center) sub-base assemblies, 2 forged steel collet wrenches, 1/4-inch & 1/2-inch premium 8-slot collet and nut assemblies.

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Amazon.com: 54 reviews
41 of 43 people found the following review helpful
Great Tool April 16 2009
By Craig Barker - Published on Amazon.com
I went in to buy a Bosch and found this kit. This is a great tool. I am an intermediate woodworker-it is a hobby of mine. My daughter is a TA in woodshop at her school so maybe it runs in the family. Have used other routers. I love the palm grip. Gives you great control. Changing out the the bases is a snap, no tools required. The other routers I have used in the past require two wrenches to change bits so it was easy on this tool. The micro adjustment for depth works very well. Power switch is right where it should be. First Milwaukee tool for me. Only minor annoyance is that the case is huge. Overall, I am very pleased.
32 of 33 people found the following review helpful
Yes, it's worth it! Aug. 9 2009
By Iceman - Published on Amazon.com
This is the second router I have owned in all my years of carpentry, and I can tell you that this one is a MUST HAVE! Yes, I have read about the case being too big, but I LIKE IT. Finally somebody saw the wisdom in making a case that doesn't require a rocket science degree to get all the pieces of the router kit to fit back into. The 5615-24 is a very solid performer and a router to be proud of. Ok, there are MORE expensive routers and MORE powerful routers than this, but for everyday carpentry enjoyment, that is hassle-free--give this little jewel a try. I think you'll be impressed.
31 of 33 people found the following review helpful
Very nice tool Feb. 7 2009
By David Hilbert - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the first router I've owned, although not the first I've used, so interpret my comments in that light. I've been impressed with how well-built and easy to use this tool is. The height adjustment works well, changing bases is easy, and all the features seem to work as designed. Changing bits is a two-wrench operation but for my uses that's not really an issue. The case is sturdy, and has storage for all kinds of accessories, including many that don't come with the kit. The case is huge, however, so be prepared to give up some serious space in your workshop
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Milwaukee Multi-Base Router 1.75 HP July 12 2009
By None - Published on Amazon.com
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I've been needing a good dependable router to add to my collection of usable power tools. Thank Goodness for the Amazon Reviews to help me in the selection process. Although I am not a professional wood worker, I wanted something capable of more than merely occasional projects. I've already used this one and gotta say it is the best and easiest to use router I've ever owned. Yes, the case is big - yada yada. But look at all the storage availability inside. Not only does this case protectively nestle the router and both bases, but also has provisions for many different accessories. Allows you to keep your router and all your accessories in one convenient location. Would I recommend it? Hell Ya!
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Built like tank Sept. 15 2009
By Knotscott - Published on Amazon.com
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The 5615-24 is the 8th router I've owned (Craftsman 9 amp, Freud FT2000E, Milwaukee 5625, Bosch 1617, Hitachi M12VC, Freud FT1700, and PC690). It's an extremely well built router. The motor is very strong for it's 11 amp rating, and is plenty strong for most applications. It's smooth and reasonably quiet. The Body Grip feature is terrific, and the plunger is smooth and easy to operate. The springs in the plunger legs are hidden in the cylinders so there's no plastic covers to deal with, plus the same plunge base also fits the MW5616 (variable speed router). The sub-base will accept the standard PC bushings, and includes both 1/2" and 1/4" collets, as well as a dust port. There are no above table bit change capabilities, and bit changes require two wrenches (old school). It's an all around excellent basic router if you don't need variable speed, but an outboard speed controller can be added to this router. It's also been a bonafide bargain at recent sale prices.