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hi all

i'm new to this forum.

i've just open an youtube channel with a focus on doing things with limited tooling, ive call it the one tool challenge. here is one of them using only the router. its very a versatile tool and i prove it in that video that you can do every single task with it. im sorry for the bad english im a french canadian enjoy the video and please give me some feedback

allright so since im new to the forum im not allowed to post URL soo... if youre willing to see the video search " router challenge ( toolbox ) " in youtube my channel is " le jobeur "


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Welcome to the forum Phil.

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Enjoy the knowledge of others that can be found within.

ĎMembers are requested to add a first name in their profile as we are a very friendly bunch here'.
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hi all

i'm new to this forum.

i've just open an youtube channel with a focus on doing things with limited tooling, ive call it the one tool challenge. here is one of them using only the router. its very a versatile tool and i prove it in that video that you can do every single task with it. im sorry for the bad english im a french canadian enjoy the video and please give me some feedback

allright so since im new to the forum im not allowed to post URL soo... if youre willing to see the video search " router challenge ( toolbox ) " in youtube my channel is " le jobeur "


thanks all
welcome Phil...
would this be the video you are referring to??

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Phil
you are not just using the router forum to get hits on your utube account to make money, that would be in violation of the forums policies.
If yoy have joined to to be part of the membership And partake in the forum WELCOME

Looking forward to your participation.
Filling out your profile to include (first name,tools and short bio is strictly (optional )but does help members to better relate to each other.
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Hey hey wowo lala im sharing this link just to sharr the awesomeness and versitality of the router theres no money invole just pure enjoyment im sorry if any thing ..

I was lurking google trying to find documentation about a router only work flow . I found the router workshop guys but it seem like nobody have try this si here it is sorry if i offend anybody
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@ Phil
no offense taken just asking a question !
glad to have you aboard hope you enjoy the forum as much of the rest of us do.
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Welcome to the forum from a Canadian Phil

I donít always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate
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Hey, Phil; welcome!

Great tip re the two strips of masking tape and the hot melt glue...everybody probably knows about that but it was new to me.
Nice editorial comment on the Crappy Tire router bit. LOL
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