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I have just signed up to the Forum. I put a question into Google on how to router at an angle and this website popped up so I joined. I have a Makita router but have not yet used it a great deal. But I have a project in mind where it would be helpful if I could make lots of small mortices say 8mm wide any 300 mm long in a pieces of 100mm by 100mm softwood but at an slight angle. So I am looking for any ideas/solutions. Many thanks. Peter
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G'day Peter. Welcome to the forum.

If you are going to make "lots of small mortices", I would make a jig to hold the softwood at the slight angle. How deep do you want these mortices?

There are plans for many mortice jigs on the net and youtube.

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Welcome to the forum Peter.

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Hi Peter welcome to the forum

Hope you'll stick around after your project is done this group is prolly one of the best you'll find.

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