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Hello, I've been scouring some of the old threads for the past few weeks, so I thought I'd join.
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Thanks for the welcomes.

Right now I'm working on a cedar/plywood aquarium. I already got all the lumber cut to length, but this new router has me 2nd thinking my dowel pin joinery plan. Maybe I could incorporate dadoes, grooves, rabbets, and edging with the router also. Will be using epoxy resin, epoxy glue, fiberglass, FRP panels, for waterproofing it. Too cold in my garage for glue or epoxy for awhile, so I've got time to figure it out.
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Here's a mock up of the aquarium build so far.


Still need to cut a hole in the top. I can probably use the router for that too!
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