Join Date: Aug 2009
Country: United Kingdom
First Name: Neil
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I hope this isnt a completely basic question - im still new to the world of routing
I have a piece of 18mm plywood, about 500mm by 500mm. I also have another piece of plywood, also 18mm which is about 250mm by 250mm.
I need to cut a 250mm by 250mm square hole in the bigger piece of wood so the smaller bit fits in it nice and flush.
whats the best way of going about this? I was going to put them on top of each other and screw a frame round the smaller piece to use as a template for the flush trim bit but its too thick. So how do I do it?
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