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I started with a lathe, then somehow picked up a bandsaw then a drill press, lol found my tools dull so I picked up a grinder....

Was thinking since I have all these tools why don't I make more sawdust and am now contemplating some hand planes, and a router... I am in Canada, in a small town Toronto lol where everything cost an arm and a leg. Its the free health care, they can't gouge us there so they'll gouge us somewhere else lol taxes across the border.

so I am here to learn everything and anything.
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HI,

I started with a lathe, then somehow picked up a bandsaw then a drill press, lol found my tools dull so I picked up a grinder....

Was thinking since I have all these tools why don't I make more sawdust and am now contemplating some hand planes, and a router... I am in Canada, in a small town Toronto lol where everything cost an arm and a leg. Its the free health care, they can't gouge us there so they'll gouge us somewhere else lol taxes across the border.

so I am here to learn everything and anything.
hi r-ice from Tory-onto. Kindly fill out your profile so we know who we're talking to. If we know where you're from, we can even help you in your region, i.e. bargoons etc.

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HI,

I started with a lathe, then somehow picked up a bandsaw then a drill press, lol found my tools dull so I picked up a grinder....

Was thinking since I have all these tools why don't I make more sawdust and am now contemplating some hand planes, and a router... I am in Canada, in a small town Toronto lol where everything cost an arm and a leg. Its the free health care, they can't gouge us there so they'll gouge us somewhere else lol taxes across the border.

so I am here to learn everything and anything.
R-ice 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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thanks for the welcome and I have filled out some details about myself. =]..
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Welcome from the banana belt (Niagara Region)!
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Greetings (your name here) and welcome to the router forum. Thank you for joining us.

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Welcome r-ice. Would be nice to have a first name. Glad you could join.

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