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Well it is time to be thinking about the next email router tip.

I thought maybe this time we ask the forum for ideas for the September email tip. Need some ideas before Friday so does anyone have an idea for a topic? I have two ideas so far from the forum:

1) Feature profiles of different router bits (this one can be ongoing biweekly)
2) Projects for beginners

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-13-2004, 02:26 PM
 
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One thing that I see coming up a lot, in different forums is a 'How To" for cutting a mounting plate into a table. I have your video from the PC890 series I purchased (thanks - great video), but others could benefit from a step by step.

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Anything on dovetails or lettering would be of interest to me!

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lettering would be good funny I asked this question in the off topic forum about showing what different bits can make. Thanks
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Well it is time to be thinking about the next email router tip.

I thought maybe this time we ask the forum for ideas for the September email tip. Need some ideas before Friday so does anyone have an idea for a topic? I have two ideas so far from the forum:

1) Feature profiles of different router bits (this one can be ongoing biweekly)
2) Projects for beginners
We now have something on lettering, not very good at using the router to make signs.
How to inlay a base plate into a table top.
And something on dovetails

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How about Router Maintenance? Where and how to clean, lube no lube etc.

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I would like to know how you make the sliding dovetail for corners and other joint assm. You did it so quick and ezey on your show that I didn't realy see how it was done...Thank you much ,, Learning Herb
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l'd 2nd that one on Projects for beginner's( including things YOU SHOULD NOT DO) or the most commonly used jigs( I'm sure many beginners would appreciate this as well)
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How about correct direction of feed inside and outside routing and the importance of the saftey pin.
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We now have something on lettering, not very good at using the router to make signs.
How to inlay a base plate into a table top.
And something on dovetails
Why not a few tips on how to use the template guides as many readers would not use the guides
Template Tom (as the name implies I do use the template guides regularly)
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