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I could sure use some tips for useing a guide bushing on a router table
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The guides on a router table is the same as a bearing on a router bit or a fence, it can be used in many,many ways, here just one of them.

By the way the jig below is one of the better ones put out by OakPark it can do many jobs on the router with the guide in place..

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Oak Park Enterprises Ltd.: Catalogue

You see many talking about making drawers, the OP jig is one of the quickest ways of doing it with siding dovetail joints, two slots and the drawer is done...and all done with one bit, so to speak..


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I could sure use some tips for useing a guide bushing on a router table

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