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  1. New Member Introductions
    Been making scrap lumber and sawdust for many years and finally want to do things correctly. Have attempted many projects but they never turned out right. I have one B&D router from the mid 70's and a Craftsman from the late 80's. Have been draging around a Shopsmith Mark V I bought in 75...
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    Hello everybody, Been designing interiors for about 20 years. Well,well, before that- I am from southern part of India, live in a city which has the name Hyderabad and also happens to be the capital city of my state Andhra pradesh. O.k. getting back to from where I began- have worked on various...
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    Although I am a father, husband and attorney, in my spare time over the years I have done various projects such as , a large pantry, a closet enlargement including drywall and electrical, crown molding, turning pens, turning bowls including segmented bowls, and also signs and other projects...
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    Hi folks, just a quick note to introduce myself to Router Forums. While I am not new to routers (I have had a Craftsman 315 for 25 years) I just got the bits for a router table for Christmas from my wife. Of course I told her that the old one is the wrong style and too small and too old...
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    Just joined the forum, and look forward to having a good resourch for help and questions. Thanks in advance for all the :no::no::):)good advice to come.. Jerry
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    I am new to this forum and I am looking forward to learning more uses for the routers that I own. I have two Hitichi 3.25HP MV12 models that are mounted in tables, and two PC model 690's. I recently purchased a 3.25 HP Triton that will be going into another router table.
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    Hello to All, I am about to be semi-retired next year. Since I have always enjoyed wood working and specifically the beautiful work a router is capable of (when used properly), I thought Router Forums would be a good place to pick up tips and skills from those far more experienced than me. Old...
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    Hi, my name is Rick, and I am an amateur woodworker, and have been for some time. My regular job was as a software engineer, but a lay-off in May, 2011, gave me an opportunity to refocus my attention to building useful things out of wood. My first big investment in tools was a Shopsmith 510...
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    It has been recommended I post something about myself to serve as an ice breaker so here goes: I am retired now and have owned a router for many years. About the only thing I ever did with it, though, was to scratch make a picture frame out of oak -- not much justification for even an...
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    New to forums. Just retired. I live in College Station Texas. I have a large shop. Woodworking is a hobby.
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    Hi, to all, I'm new to this site and just getting reintroduced to routing. I currently have a Freud RT1700 and love it. I also use a Porter Cable 18v trimmer for small work or more appropriately hobby projects. :big_boss: Thanks in advance and looking forward to learning many more solutions...
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    I like to say hi to all, and introduce myself. My name is Arlee Tripaldi. I reside in North Carolina. Originally from Mass. by way of Iowa. I'll be 69 yrs. old in about a month. Spent 38 years working for the same outfit in various positions, mostly managerial. Forced into retirement 10...
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    Hi guys, I'm glad to be part of this community. I'm a 40+ male from Asia, being a late comer in woodworking, I wish I could learn a lot from this community, and have the answers to lots of my questions regarding woodworking, specifically wood routing. Hope this site won't get tired of...
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