Paulo, the solid carbide spiral up cut bit is a must have for your bit collection. These bits offer very long life and super clean cuts in solid wood. You should get a set with 1/4, 3/8 and 1/2" bits. You may be tempted to save money by purchasing HSS bits of this type for a fraction of the price. Don't do it, you will be throwing money away. This is one time to spend the money for quality.
George, gluing up panels of any size is easily learned. You need two clean edges for a good joint, something you can do with your table mounted router. Most people apply too much clamping pressure and this causes the glue to squeeze out of the joint, and often will warp the panel. Search the site for Clamping Cauls to learn one method for aligning the wood.
Mike, nice job as always on the box. Is there anything you can't do well?
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