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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-23-2010, 10:47 PM Thread Starter
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greetings i'm new to this forum. i was browsing the net looking for plans for
a router table and found this site. i have been doing woodworking for a while
but most of my work has been crude but now that i'm retired i want to refine
my work. i was never concerned about different types of joinery. i always
used butt joints. most of the things that i built in the past have been things
for the basement or garage. my work was always sturdy but now i'm interested
in refining my work.
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greetings i'm new to this forum. i was browsing the net looking for plans for
a router table and found this site. i have been doing woodworking for a while
but most of my work has been crude but now that i'm retired i want to refine
my work. i was never concerned about different types of joinery. i always
used butt joints. most of the things that i built in the past have been things
for the basement or garage. my work was always sturdy but now i'm interested
in refining my work.
Ic Welcome to the forum; there are many here who can assist you getting what you want to do with a router. Just a reminder; IMHO there is more that can be achieved when the router is held in the plunge mode, check out the material below.
If you wish to contact me I may be able to answer any questions you want to put to me personally
Australian router bits and cutters at apworkshop.com.au for a good source of Cutters
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More sites to check out lc.

» ToolCrib.com’s Ultimate Guide: 28 Free Router Table Plans - ToolCrib.com Blog




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thank you doc for your reply. there are so many plans for router tables that it gets a
little confusing. i actially have plans for a table from woodsmith mag. I was considering
buying the plans from the new yankee (norm) .please advise
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