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Fellow woodworkers,
If you have not already seen it, then I recommend that you watch podcast #32 on woodworking online.
If you do not have it book marked, use google search for "woodworking online" it should be the 4th down titled Podcast woodworking online. Book mark it as they have a lot of good info in the form of podcasts.
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Podcast #32: Router Table Tips, Trick, & Techniques
http://www.woodworkingonline.com/pod...018-RTTips.mp4

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Bud,

Have them bookmarked, and have quite a library of dvd's. They are great! In fact I am downloading #32 right now. FYI, Download the WMV movie type save it to your desktop, then you can view it, or copy it to a dvd. This vid type downloads a lot faster than the other, and it is viewable on windows player. John
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Thats a great podcast, especially for newbies like me ,picked up a lot of great tips.
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Thanks Trap, good website.

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