Welcome Router and Woodworking Enthusiasts,
Fall is here and winter is around the corner, which makes it the best time to plan some projects for the winter and holiday season ahead. This month's newsletter we have some new and interesting discussions, first Larry asks the community how to cut circles using a router also Mike provides us with some project layout advice then Harrysin shows the community another innovative way to create custom signs. Finally we look back on our two year old router table discussion thread that Old_Chipper started in October of 2009. Over the two years this discussion has grown to be over 490 posts and 100,000 views and is the Internets largest collection of router table images! These are just a few of the on going woodworking and router discussions held on Router Forums every week. Why not stop by and join in the community and craft some beautiful projects for your friends and family for the upcoming holiday season.
Cutting circles with a router
Larry asks the community for some information on how-to cut circles with the router. The members of the community respond with many different methods you can use to cut circles with your router.
Click below to see the full discussion http://www.routerforums.com/general-...es-router.html
Mike provides the community with some advice as well as some free graph paper that you can use when laying out your next project.
Click below to download your free graph paper. http://www.routerforums.com/project-...ct-layout.html
New sign using 12" Skis
Harrysin shares with the community a technique he used to make a custom sign using 12'' router skis. In this thread you will see a lot of step by step pictures as well as a downloadable ZIP with all the information on how to do this in your workshop at home.
Click below to join in on the discussion and download the images and files http://www.routerforums.com/portable...g-12-skis.html
Wanted! Pictures of your Router Table
Looking back over two years ago when Old_Chipper started this great discussion with community we can see that it has come a long way. We encourage anyone who wants to build their own table or get some ideas to add to their existing table to check out this gigantic thread of over 490 posts and 100,000 views. Inside you will find pictures of custom build and even customised router tables, if you haven't shared with everyone some pictures of your table, why not post a few today and join in on this great discussion!
Click below to see the full discussion and pictures http://www.routerforums.com/table-mo...ter-table.html
--What's going on with Rick?--
Hey everyone, it's Rick Rosendahl and if you are reading this paragraph you are reading a paragraph that has been created by my selected woodworking beginner Harish. Harish has taken up to woodworking due to a change in the economic conditions which cost him his job. Check out the full story below and see what Harish has learned from the Router Workshop videos.
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