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I own 3 routers...two have not been used yet (got good deals on them). I plan on making raised panel doors for my bathroom and eventually kitchen. I have made one raised panel door with the router and three with the table saw (Sawstop). Two of the doors were made in a raised panel class by Woodcraft.

My first order of business is to make a router table (I have a small Porter Cable table which houses a small PC router, from CL, which is OK). I plan on mounting my PC 7518 in the new router table which will be based on Bill Hylton's plans in: Woodworking with the Router: Professional Router Techniques and Jigs Any Woodworker Can Use (American Woodworker).

From there...who knows?
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Welcome to the forum. I am jealous about your table saw. Wanted that technology since I first saw it.
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Welcome to the Forums, Ron. Always glad to see a neighbor join up. Don't be a stranger. What part of "Big D"?

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Far north Dallas. Near George Bush and Marsh Lane.
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Greetings Ron and welcome to the router forum. Thank you for joining us.

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Far north Dallas. Near George Bush and Marsh Lane.
Okay. I'm on the East side of FTW at 820 & I30

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I own 3 routers...two have not been used yet (got good deals on them). I plan on making raised panel doors for my bathroom and eventually kitchen. I have made one raised panel door with the router and three with the table saw (Sawstop). Two of the doors were made in a raised panel class by Woodcraft.

My first order of business is to make a router table (I have a small Porter Cable table which houses a small PC router, from CL, which is OK). I plan on mounting my PC 7518 in the new router table which will be based on Bill Hylton's plans in: Woodworking with the Router: Professional Router Techniques and Jigs Any Woodworker Can Use (American Woodworker).

From there...who knows?
Ron 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, with the aid of template guides. Check out the material below.
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