Welcome Router and Woodworking Enthusiasts,
Greetings fellow woodworkers we hope you are having a relaxing and enjoyable summer with your family and friends! This newsletter we are discussing some topics on how to minimize burning with your router, how to sharpen your router bits, type of mortise chisel to square a slot, a member created purple keepsafe box and new woodworker advice. These are a few discussions among the many that are held on Router Forums daily! Why not stop by the community and join in on the on-going router and woodworking discussions.
Also, a great new software from Delcam!
Delcam has launched its customisable entry-level CADCAM package, ArtCAM Express 2011, for only $149! Why not attend one of the free demonstrations on the 26th of July for more info ArtCAM Express - The Small Business Routing & Engraving Solution
How to Minimize Burning
Steve provides the community with some suggestions to minimize burning of your wood when you use the router. Check out and learn a few tips to improve your next project.
Click below to see the full discussion http://www.routerforums.com/general-...e-burning.html
Sharpening Router Bits
Tpyke asks the community for some advice with sharpening his router bits. Stop by and see what the community thinks is the most cost effective and safest way to sharpen your router bits and ensure that are used effectively!
Click below to see the full discussion http://www.routerforums.com/router-b...uter-bits.html
Type of Mortise Chisel to Square Slot
Peter seeks advice from the community on which mortise chisel would be best square up the ends on a mortise slot.
Click below to join the discussion http://www.routerforums.com/tools-wo...uare-slot.html
Purple Keepsafe Box
John shares with the community his most recent project, a beautiful purple hart and birdseye maple keepsake box. Check out this great project and many more in our Show N' Tell section.
Click below to join in on the discussion and see the project pictures. http://www.routerforums.com/show-n-t...psake-box.html
New Woodworker Advice
Bill provides the community with his experience as a new woodworker and some advice for other new woodworkers.
Click below to see the pictures and join in on the discussion http://www.routerforums.com/starting...experince.html
--What's going on with Rick?--
I want your opinion...
Today I just have one post and it is a poll about what is the most common router bit? I have listed 10 of what I think might be the most common router bits and then I have put a poll on this post letting everyone give their opinion on what might be the most common router bit. Here is the link: So, what is the password to the video? : Routerworkshop.net
As a bonus I have a password protected post that has show 106 in it's entirety as the feature you just need to used Round Over as the password. That's it for now, Rick