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hiya guys.

i do carpentry as a hobby in my workshop and besides some portable tools, have the triton (australian) system table saw and the triton router table. due to limited time spent mastering the craft, i'm no master craftsman. i also have shied away from certain aspects of woodworking due to being self taught and i know most of my joints aren't 90' square. i have hardly used the router table although i have done some straight forward routing, so decided to make something using the router techniques and possibly, table.
as i searched the net, keywords 'make louvre shutter' i found this site and registered. i will spend time enjoying this forum whilst making lots of notes and post questions as i go along.

thanks for y'all inputs..
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Welcome to the router forum,
Thank you for joining us, Gary.

Take the time to set up the Triton table saw and you should get square cuts. This is a key milestone on the wood working path.

Which saw do you use in the table?

That set up was also my introduction to wood working.

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welcome! if you review some of my questions, you will quickly realize that people here are great and will gladly answer questions that even an extrememly inexperienced woodworker (like myself) should know.
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