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Ah brill, thanks All! Yes UK will update the profile soon promise. And yeah dado not an option(no table saw even....I manage with a skill saw). So...I had made some assumptions about variations in size and waste, being a problem. Cheers for setting me straight. I only have 6 2.4m lengths to rebate 3/4 inch(making some french doors)Think I'll check them plans for the guide. Just thought be cool if I could make an attachment for the router on the miter saw bench and just ping em through.
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I saw one in Idaho several years ago. Spiny little bugger like a porky pine.

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Oh...wait.; 'Hedgehog'...you're probably from GB?
I think Hedgehogs are only in the UK(?).
Looked hedgehog up. They're really cute little critters.

"The hedgehog is found in parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa where they are native. They have also been introduced to New Zealand and Australia. The hedgehog is highly adapted to a variety of habitats including forests, deserts, scrublands, savannahs, and suburban areas." Reference: http://www.worldatlas.com/articles/h...the-world.html
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Haha yeah my nick name always gets attention. DAVE HEDGEHOG is a character from a old t.v. show Young Onse, I cut my hair short when I was a kid and was given the nickname by a mate. Amd yes certainly cute, but a flea magnet! Thanks for the links I'll check them out. ALWAYS thinking of new innovative ways to do things
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Uh images are broken stick486
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Dave this the thread I referred to: https://www.routerforums.com/tools-w...-corner-5.html
There are lots of good tips in that thread. It’s worth reading from beginning to end.

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Uh images are broken stick486
they are PDF's and not JPG's...
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Ah brill I'll pull it up on pc later
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My 'Hedgehog' file has been updated.

Of course the little blighters have been exported, folks just can't seem to help themselves. The list of problematic species introduced into new areas is endless.
You'd think Oz would have learned their lesson from the rabbit disaster.*

*https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myxomatosis
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Ah brill, thanks All! Yes UK will update the profile soon promise. And yeah dado not an option(no table saw even....I manage with a skill saw). So...I had made some assumptions about variations in size and waste, being a problem. Cheers for setting me straight. I only have 6 2.4m lengths to rebate 3/4 inch(making some french doors)Think I'll check them plans for the guide. Just thought be cool if I could make an attachment for the router on the miter saw bench and just ping em through.
Hi Dave. This is what my first idea for my router table was. It is a shop made top with a router insert plate mounted on a mitre saw stand.
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