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Hey everyone, I'm a brand new carpenter. I found this treasure trove of information on this forum a little while ago but I still can't find what I'm looking for. I was wondering what router bit or technique I need it order to make right (or other perfect) angles with my router. I'm trying to inlay some trimming for decoration on a table and I need to make a square "valley" so the inlay is flush with the top.
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Hey everyone, I'm a brand new carpenter. I found this treasure trove of information on this forum a little while ago but I still can't find what I'm looking for. I was wondering what router bit or technique I need it order to make right (or other perfect) angles with my router. I'm trying to inlay some trimming for decoration on a table and I need to make a square "valley" so the inlay is flush with the top.
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Hi David - Welcome to the forum
I assume you are talking about the bottom of the relieved part being square with the sides? Most use a spiral bit for making inlays although all the straight bits I know of will leave the bottom square also, just not all will plunge cut.
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