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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-01-2010, 10:39 AM Thread Starter
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Nice to meet you.
My name is Kenjp.


I am a router beginner.

Please teach it to me in various ways, everybody.



I bought 25 " ls system of INCRA.

The router does not yet arrive.
I am going to purchase the pc890 series.
It was out of stock in TOOLKING.
The re-arrival of 890 series was said several weeks later.
I must wait for a while.

I want to make a router table in the meantime.

Would you teach this answer intelligibly?






INCRA FAQ

A: The outside dimensions aren't particularly important but the distances from the router's
Center to the table's edges are worth considering. Parallel to the fence, the infeed edge of
12 16 16 the table should be between "and" (more than "can make the table uncomfortable
to use). 29 Parallel to the positioner's carriage, the edge of the table should be "" from the
37 router's center for LS17 Systems" and "" from the router's center for LS25 Systems".
There is quite a bit of latitude for shortening these ideal dimensions, and the LS Positioner's base housing also does not need to be mounted fully on the router table;

What is Infeed edge?

I do not understand what part dimensions point at clearly.

It did not appear in an English dictionary.

If I use the rude words, I am disappointed.
I do not intend to anger you.
But I do not understand English.
I'm sorry.

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Hello kenjp, please fill out your profile so that we can help you out better. Some of us speak other languages, so there's a chance we can converse in your native language.
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Welcome to the forum, we have another Japanese member whose English has improved beyond recognition since he first became a member, he is Benny LaBaw, it would be a good idea to contact him, I'm sure that he will be happy to offer you help, I saw him peeping in at the forum earlier this evening.

Just type: Benny LaBaw in the search box at the top of the page.

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Ohio Kenjp-san and welcome to the RouterForums. Glad to have you as a member of our community.




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Thank you, everybody.
I updated a profile.
Is it good in this?

Please show me what Infeed edge means?

I am troubled without understanding appropriate dimensions.
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hello.

I accepted suggestion of all of you.
I input a name and a location.
I intended to contact Benny LaBaw, but was not able to do it.

"Error: Not enough posts!"

What do I have more to get advice for the question of the beginning?




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You will be able to do everything on the forum once you have ten posts. If you say "hello, from Japan" to all the newcomers, you will soon reach ten posts!

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