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A plunge router using a plunge bit makes the cleanest holes.
My thoughts, too. Plus, quicker.

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I am new to routers but I saw a video where someone was using a bushing guide and template to drill 1/2" holes with a plunge router. I thought that was amazing. Then he showed using same bushing guide and 1/2" bit to drill 3/4" holes with a 1" template. Would that work for you?

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it would but what for when there are so many MISS/KISS approaches...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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it would but what for when there are so many MISS/KISS approaches...
What is MISS/KISS ?

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Make it super simple & keep it super simple is the polite explanation

You can't drive a bridge spike with a tack hammer(so I'm told)
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I am new to routers but I saw a video where someone was using a bushing guide and template to drill 1/2" holes with a plunge router. I thought that was amazing. Then he showed using same bushing guide and 1/2" bit to drill 3/4" holes with a 1" template. Would that work for you?

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It definitely will and that's exactly my plan. Thanks.

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What is MISS/KISS ?

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Make it super simple / keep it super simple

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