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Default A routing tutorial for beginners Part Four

Here is part four of my series of tutorials under the heading "routing for beginners" My intention is not so much to have all beginners make these items (although it would be a fast way to learn routing), but rather to show that routing using the table mounted router is not the start and finish of routing. Welcome to the wonderful world of routing.
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Should anyone wish to download this project, I've included a zip file.
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Here is the forgotten zip file!
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Hi Harry

Once aging you blew me away, that's a real neat way to make the templates, NICE job and a great How-To-Do-It ........plus a zip file on top of that.. I can't wait for the other members to give it a shot and see how it works out for them..having the RAS is a real plus but I'm sure it can be done on the table saw as well..

Plus it's neat way to rack them up if you have a pool table


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Great tutorial as usual Harry....Glad to see you havn't lost your touch.........AL
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Here is the forgotten zip file!

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I see you were away so long you forgot how to attach a zip file...ROTFL.



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Great Harry! I like that as well. I haven't any skies yet. Hopefully, someday.

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I'm really a beginner at routing.
I can't imagine a beginner understanding what went through these 4 sessions.
I was lost in the first session,with the different sizes of cutters and bushings.
What do have have to learn to get to this stage?
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I'm really a beginner at routing.
I can't imagine a beginner understanding what went through these 4 sessions.
I was lost in the first session,with the different sizes of cutters and bushings.
What do have have to learn to get to this stage?
Don, don't let Harry scare you off. He's been doing this for a long time. Fortunately, he is only too happy to share his knowledge with us mere students of the craft.

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Thanks for your welcome, My name is Dan and live in Pa. enjoy your forums and tips, some times I had answers , but also I see some good answers from the rest , so I let it stand, keep up the good work
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