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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 11-24-2019, 04:32 PM Thread Starter
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Rick, I have the sneakin' suspicion that the world will have moved on to something new by the time you get up and runnin'. Just a hunch, mind you, I was wrong once before.
Well your not totally off base lol. I doubt very much it will be running in 2020

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That's too bad. If you wait long enough you can sell it as an antique.
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The YouTube video of your post leaves out the fact that one of the curved ends cannot be used with a flush trim bit. In this case, I flipped the insert end-for-end when routing the second curved end.

If you search routerforums.com for "zero clearance insert", a number of other threads will be found. A good one is

https://www.routerforums.com/tools-w...erts-free.html

Even though I used good quality baltic birch plywood for my shop built inserts, there were some issues with the throat plate not being flat.
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That's too bad. If you wait long enough you can sell it as an antique.
Thatís my strategy. Wait long enough and maybe Iíll get Canadian Pickers over and be famous
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