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I need help locating the pic showing the correct way to route on a table top doing inside a template.


I found the one for hand-held but need the one for table top.


I know it's just the opposite. But it'll be clearer if he doesn't have to juggle it in his brain. And I can print it & post it in the shop


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The easy way to remember, for me, when using a table top is to keep the bit to the right of the material/template and feed right to left

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got them----but the picture shows a hand held --and the "discussion" with the other party was for table use.

Somewhere (I believe it was you) there was a post (years ago) showing both hand held & table top.

I'm diligently searching my library of books and the web but so far no joy.

I was just hoping that someone had it on their fingertips---so I don't go completely nuts looking for it

where are Pat Warners archives when you need them?? Maybe we should resurrect him!!
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Sorry if this is a re-post but the forum kicked me out.


I need help locating the pic showing the correct way to route on a table top doing inside a template.


I found the one for hand-held but need the one for table top.


I know it's just the opposite. But it'll be clearer if he doesn't have to juggle it in his brain. And I can print it & post it in the shop


Thks


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got the link but no pics load

will try another computer in case I've set something on this one that's causing it to misbehave.

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smitty: see my previous post - when routing on a table, don't think of the inside or outside edge. Feed it in the same direction you would feed a straight piece, with the bit to the right of the work piece, feeding from left to right.

See if this picture helps - the arrow designates the feed direction OF THE WORKPIECE
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yes!! that'll work

thank you

Can I ask where you located it??

again thks

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yes!! that'll work

thank you

Can I ask where you located it??

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