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02-10-2009 11:55 PM
Mike There is no question that reading through the old threads provides great information. This thread has been dormant for over two years so don't expect a response.
02-10-2009 08:52 PM
dec9023 Thanks Guys , as I type I am printing out the information and guide chart . I have played around with my router a bit just to get the feel of it . The information and knowledge from your years of experiance is both valuable and most welcomed . THANKS
01-08-2007 09:25 PM
Joe Lyddon This is a fantastic thread! I'm sure glad I ran into it.

Thank you for keeping all of the information intact!
01-08-2007 07:22 PM
Mike Ed (Reible) departed the forum a long time ago over a perceived insult that was actually a misunderstanding. Ed contributed volumes of information to the site and is sorely missed. For this reason the site moderators are quick to let you know if your post is deemed offensive. With our global membership and one "uncommon" common language misunderstandings are to be expected. Deliberate insults are not tolerated, and explanations of easily misunderstood remarks are clarified asap. It's fine to disagree with other members as long as you respect their opinions.
01-08-2007 03:30 PM
bagman8 I apopogize for writing reliable instead of reible
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01-08-2007 03:19 PM
bagman8
Re: RouterForums Amateur Night

Rayinthe UK - I did a page a little while ago where I put together some tips intended for beginners - - hope it's not too basic and the emphasis is on safety.

Ray
Thanks Ray
Your Tips were GREAT

Since I am an amateur, I have really loved this posting. If I am readings correctly - I owe reliable a great debt of gratitude

as well as everyone who has contributed to this.

Ed Baggett
(I was a credit manager and one of my fellow workers named me Bagman and it stuck).
10-05-2004 07:00 AM
template tom I should have added the cutter used was a 19mm (3/4") dish cutter to rout the internal section then a 10mm straight cutter to rout the external edge
Tom
10-03-2004 07:54 PM
template tom
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Originally Posted by reible
Tom,
Maybe you could not get into all the details and don't try to do it all in one post. Make it more of "mental routing" then actual. Details like bits you use could be in a list:
spiral 12mm
bowl bit ??
I don't think you need actual dimensions or shapes people can do that on their own.

You could even make it real simple like "I do the outside first" etc without many details then people can say "how did you clamp that oval?" a more interactive posting. Just a few thought I had.

Ed
Here are the first two stages Pic 1 Stage 1 with stage 2 pic 2
10-03-2004 06:53 PM
reible
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Originally Posted by template tom
You are correct just a simple template what has to be considered is the cutters used the varous template guides required and how the material is secured during the process maybe too long a posting to submit here unless you may have an easier method Ed to produce the box
Tom
Tom,
Maybe you could not get into all the details and don't try to do it all in one post. Make it more of "mental routing" then actual. Details like bits you use could be in a list:
spiral 12mm
bowl bit ??
I don't think you need actual dimensions or shapes people can do that on their own.

You could even make it real simple like "I do the outside first" etc without many details then people can say "how did you clamp that oval?" a more interactive posting. Just a few thought I had.

Ed
10-03-2004 06:13 PM
template tom
Quote:
Originally Posted by reible
Tom,

let me guess, you used a template??????

May be you would care to share the details in a lesson form for us? I think I know how I might do such a project but I would like to here how you really did it. How about other readers, what to know Tom's secret?????

Ed
You are correct just a simple template what has to be considered is the cutters used the varous template guides required and how the material is secured during the process maybe too long a posting to submit here unless you may have an easier method Ed to produce the box
Tom
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