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  1. Jigs and Fixtures
    Hi, This is my first post and I'm not only a newbie here at routerforums but I'm also a total newbie to woodworking to the point that I haven't even purchased a router or table saw yet. I have a very specific need for a project that will require making hundreds of evenly spaced dadoes/grooves...
  2. Starting Off
    Hi Folks, I promised my wife that I would build her a closet organizer. She/we want to make it out of a nice hardwood, with no plywood or MDF. We like the “Vented Design” such as:Cedar Closet Systems. We ordered one of these for the bathroom, very nice, attractive, but the Cedar aroma was a bit...
  3. New Member Introductions
    My son and I have a project. This will be the first wood working project that we will do together. I think we need to learn to make a router jig...and more. The item that we want to replicate looks like a model sea plane’s pontoon. It has a straight side and a curved side. There is a...
  4. New Member Introductions
    Hello Everybody, I am Shabbir [ M-65 ] from Bangalore, India. I am a businessman. I deal in specialty products, particularly the replacement parts/kits, import substitution and even innovating and redesigning where and when required. This is my profession. However, I have a wide variety of...
  5. General Routing
    I'm trying to findout how to rout a groove approx 5/8" away from a curved corner. I've just started making signs and would like to rout a groove around the edge. Rob
  6. Table-mounted Routing
    For now I've only used my very basic setup (old sears router and table) to route and plane edges of wood. Nothing overly complex or difficult. I'm in the process of reinforcing a general purpose cart I got on the cheap from Harbor F. with a couple of 2x4's which will serve as extra bracing as...
  7. Jigs and Fixtures
    Hello... I'm new here to the forum, and I have a question regarding how I might rout a curved groove out of a piece of wood that is 12" long x 2" high x 2" wide. I'm guessing I would have to make some type of jig, and that securing the piece of wood may be an issue, as it's not very big. I've...
  8. Table-mounted Routing
    I've used the search function but really haven't found what I'm looking for. I'm wanting to make some really good glue joints (and for alignment purposes) on some cutting boards. I was thinking that a basic T&G would be in order, but I don't have a bit set for it. Only some assorted straight...
  9. Jigs and Fixtures
    I'd like cut 2-3 pitched grooves in a Corian kitchen counter top to direct water from a dish rack to the sink. I'm thinking of a 1/4" radius groove with a pitch of 1/4" in 12" or 1/8" in 12". I'd like the high end of the groove transition smoothly to the plane of the counter I'm a assuming...
  10. General Routing
    Greetings to the woodworkers on this forum. I live in Victoria BC and I make stuff in little bits of spare time. I use a lot of pallet wood. Right now I'm making a new cutting board for our kitchen out of pallet oak. I am trying to figure out how to make the little groove around the edge...
  11. General Routing
    Sorry for the newbie questions, but I haven't used a router (table mounted) before, and I am thinking of using one to produce a relatively small supply (~6-8) of tongue and groove 2x6x16's with a V-notch. Can anyone tell me if there is a V-joint t&g router bit that could be used for this? Most...
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