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I expect you all have a piece of router mat for static routing, just stick a piece onto the bottom of a push block as I have done, this cannot slip during the table routing process.
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Great tip Derek and thanks for sharing. The same material can be obtained in the shelf liner section of your favorite retailer.
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That's a great idea,,maybe we can get the other members to post a picture of the push blocks they have and use.. I think I will, I have about 20 or so and they are just a bit diff., it takes many types of push blocks for me...



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At present I have only 12 different sorts.
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I have 1 pair of only 1 type and so far it has taken care of all my needs.

It is called the Grr-Ripper System.
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Just some push blocks and the shelf liner Bob talked about that you can get from HD/Lowers at about 1/4 the price of the cost of a router mat stuff...plus it works great on some push blocks..
" shelf liner" , 4.oo dollars per. roll if I recall )

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Very pretty!
That shelf liner looks the same stuff as mine.
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Yours are Very pretty ! ! ! ! ! also

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I switched over to Grr-Rippers a couple of months ago... very happy with them.

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Goes to show you "necessity is the mother of inventions".
Seems like all craftsmen build/invent useful tools, jigs etc on as "as needed" basis.
Thanks for showing pictures of a great variety.
Gives all of us good ideas.

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