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I have started making joints using the router. Have made a few pieces using mortise and tenons with homemade guides. On the project I am working on now, I want to use finger/box joints.
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Default Hello all!!

Reading some of the posts here sure helped me pick out the right router and table combo, with that said I settled on the Incra 25" super system with the Triton 3 1/4
hp router, I would recommend this system over and over again, WOW!! talk about machining accuracy, love it

The primary reason for this was to build my new birch kitchen cabinet doors and yes I wanted real wood not expensive veneered particle board, and so far I'm on the road to success, again thanks for great advise all Here's a few pics

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Greetings and welcome to the router forum. Thank you for joining us, and remember to have fun, build well and above all be safe.

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Reading some of the posts here sure helped me pick out the right router and table combo, with that said I settled on the Incra 25" super system with the Triton 3 1/4
hp router, I would recommend this system over and over again, WOW!! talk about machining accuracy, love it

The primary reason for this was to build my new birch kitchen cabinet doors and yes I wanted real wood not expensive veneered particle board, and so far I'm on the road to success, again thanks for great advise all Here's a few pics

Cheers
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Greetings Glen and welcome to the router forum. Thank you for joining us, and remember to have fun, build well and above all be safe. (You my want to repost starting your own thread, gets a little confusing for some of us "old timers" when we have two introductions together.)

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Opp's sorry Leblanre I just hijacked your thread, Mod please delete, reposted
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