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I'm trying to re-locate a YouTube video showing a home made overhead router, looking something like a CNC router, but it was manually operated. It was made of thick plywood. It was entirely in Swedish or German or some language like that. The guy demonstrated making soft/hard boiled egg saucers using a pin follower and a burr in the router.

I was sure I bookmarked it as I know a guy who's wife makes wooden spoons using a burr in a drill press but is having trouble due to arthritis. But, I cannot find any bookmark or other means of saving the link on my phone or computer. Makes sense I saw it here, but I cannot be sure of that, it has been a month or so.

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Anything hear of use to you?
Try the bottom link first...
https://woodgears.ca/pantorouter/
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Sorry, they should have just been links(?).
Anyway here's the 'woodgears.ca' link...
https://woodgears.ca/pantorouter/
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Thanks. The third YT video is similar to what I saw and am looking for and may just be good enough. I'd still just like to find the one I saw. I do appreciate the help.

I'm going to have to study the pantarouters. I have these plans, from a couple months ago when I was wrangling with the wooden gears for the gear toy. I just haven't looked at them yet.

I spoke the the woman's husband last night and he is interested and said he can build things, so maybe this has some legs.

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Is this what you had in mind?

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Rick here is the actual video you were looking for cutting the egg cups.


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Rick here is the actual video you were looking for cutting the egg cups.
YES! Thank you. This is the one. The others helped, particularly the 2x4 one, but it is about construction, didn't watch it to the end to see if there was usage.

This is the one I really want to show my friend.

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