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Fellow RouterForum members, “we”, the moderation team are in need of your assistance. We are attempting to create a Section in the main page to help answer many “FAQ’s”. What we are needing/looking for, are, links to answers for the following “topics”. We will limit the # of links per topic, (with some exceptions). We will have this section closed for any comments BUT, we WILL have a thread specifically for discussion of such. You may either post your links to this thread or send them via private message to any member of the Moderation Team. Below are the “topics”, if you feel we’re missing something, please post it in this thread or again, via PM.


FAQ’s Frequently Asked Questions about routers.

How to use this FAQ
Manuals and equipment diagrams (a link to the reference section)
Getting Started, Selecting your first router
Designing and building a router table
Router table mounting techniques: Direct, Plate, Lift
Guides, Templates, and Bits
Jigs and Fixtures
Hand-held and General Routing Techniques
Useful Tidbits, Videos, Books, etc.

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A quick Index list,just like in most books

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Thanks Bob, we'll see what we can do.

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A couple of thread suggestions to get things started from my collection of "saved" threads.

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http://www.routerforums.com/jigs-fix...parts-jig.html

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Bob's post (#17) contains 18 links... Thanks, BJ!

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Please try to make it neccessary for new members to use a name and location! Or try to convey that with out that done, They will not as many returns. Thanks!

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Hi Howard,

I believe that this was a discussion we had with Mark a while back. It's felt, that if that info is pressured from the start of registering, that, that may turn people away. It's a catch 22!! The best we can do is, what' we've being doing. Simply asking and having it in signatures to help promote people in doing so. I've seen a few, have already done so just by this method, viewing signatures that is. We can toss it on the table for discussion again though.

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I know this is a little old but it was an excellent thread on choosing a router.

http://www.routerforums.com/general-...er-my-way.html

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Thank you Rusty, every bit of info that can be collected and sorted through is always helpful.

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