This is what I would do...
1. remove the fence.
2. chuck up a rabbit bit with the bearing on it...
3. set the height of the rabbit bit to what you want it to cut.
4. set the frame over the bit
5. turn the router speed down on the router to about 12,000 rpm #2 on most routers
6. turn the router on , put your rubber sole push block on the frame.
7. from the front side of the router table move the frame from left to right.← ← ← ←
8. when you get into the corners easy up with the pushing and just go around but keep the frame on the bit but always keep the part you are rabbitng in from of you.
9. once you have the rabibit in place take a sharp chisel and sq. out the corners..
10. do a bit of light sanding and you have it done for the Glazier
JUst a NOTE**** do go a bit deeper than 1/4" on the rabbit ,5/16" to 3/8" this will give the glazier a place to put in the holding points and some room for the glass and the backing board, and with some brown Kraft paper to cover the fastners you will have a nice frame..
Don't forget to put in key hole slot to hang it once it's glazed.. http://www.routerforums.com/68068-post37.html http://www.routerforums.com/67388-post34.html http://www.routerforums.com/jigs-fix...ake-one-4.html
Originally Posted by DAUTTERGUY
Gentlemen: Oh wizards of the Router Kingdom, I made a picture frame out of Cherry and Purpleheart. Took it to the Glazier today, He says "I need a Rabbet of at least 1/4 in instead I made one about 3/16ths". So am I safe to assume that I will place the frame between the fence and the Router Bit and do what is called a Climb Cut. Going Left to Right? This frame is already constructed otherwise I would I would be doing the normal Right to Left. PLEASE let me know before I I attempt something I might be sorry about. Thank You! :