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I have a craftsman router 1 1/2 hp. I am going to make new base boards in he house. I bought all ash
Need some advise on how not to burn the wood when I start the job. any help ot here?
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Sure Frank. Speed kills; running your router at a reduced speed and taking breaks allows your bit to stay cooler and extend it's life span. Sharp bits are very important and since you will be running a lot of board feet past this bit buy a high quality bit like Whiteside.

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Hi Frank, really pleased to see you join the community, welcome to Router Forums!

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welcome aboard...enjoy your new project and the site

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