EC Eng. & Mfg. has four basic router models: EC-7C, EC-7C-2, EC-10, and EC-250.
The EC-7C and EC-7C-2 Routers have a compact design which allows them to be hand- operated as well as being fixture mounted. The router nose is easily adjusted for different cutting depths. The EC-7C-2 Router is a variation of the EC-7C Router. The EC-7C-2 has a steel housing (instead of aluminum), larger double bearings on the collet end, and a one piece shaft design that uses universal type collets.
The EC-10 Router is a high-torque router designed for heavy production routing in a fixture mounted configuration. With its greaseable, double-thrust bearings on the collet end, large motor components, and rigid shaft design, this router is ideal for those “heavy-duty” jobs.
The EC-250 Router is designed to do “routing jobs.” The slim body, high speed, light weight, and the double precision bearings (located in the front of the motor housing as close to the router bit as possible) make this tool very suitable for precision straight or contour cuts in non-ferrous material such as aluminum, composite, and fiberglass. In other words, this is NOT a modified die-grinder even if it can be used as such.