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I'm really looking forward to picking some of your brains as I am new to wood working. The only thing I have done in the past is general construction. My first project is to build some cabinets with raised panel doors. I have a Bosch contracters 10" Table saw, and a Freud Ft2200 plunge router(never used it yet). I just purchased a Woodpecker 24x32 Router Table top with the aluminum plate and a 6" tall fence. I am converting my Router so I can adjust it through the table. I'm also learning how to be a wannabe rookie machist.

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Hi Robert, Here some dvd's with some informative info on cabinets & raised panel doors.

Marc Sommerfeld's New Expanded DVD Collection

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I'm really looking forward to picking some of your brains as I am new to wood working. The only thing I have done in the past is general construction. My first project is to build some cabinets with raised panel doors. I have a Bosch contracters 10" Table saw, and a Freud Ft2200 plunge router(never used it yet). I just purchased a Woodpecker 24x32 Router Table top with the aluminum plate and a 6" tall fence. I am converting my Router so I can adjust it through the table. I'm also learning how to be a wannabe rookie machist.

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Robert Welcome to the forum; there are many here who can assist you getting what you want to do with a router. Just a reminder; there is more that can be achieved when the router is held in the plunge mode, check out the material below.
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Greetings Robert and welcome to the router forum. Thank you for joining us.

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Thanks for the reference materials I will probably buy the set of DVDs if they are all good. Bob
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Welcome to the RouterForums Bob.




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