When trim routers first came out they were only used for one purpose – trimming laminate, which is why they’re still called laminate trimmers. But that’s all changed in the 20 years that they’ve been on the market and they are now one of the most versatile tools in the workshop. They can be used for a wide variety of tasks including routing for inlay cavities and hinge mortises, rounding over edges, flush trimming hardwood edging, and a whole lot more. Find out which one is the best.
Trim Router Reviews