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  1. Router Bits - Types and Usage
    Hello everyone, this is my first post here. I am working on a small living room project that involves joining one foot sections of poplar to make a long piece of trim that I will use as a baseboard. I decided to go with the Rockler finger joint bit 1-3/8" Dia x 1-1/2" H x 1/2" shank part number...
  2. New Member Introductions
    I am making a tiny, whimsical, natural-organic type end table. It is about 20x10 on top (cherry), but only 4.5x12.5 between the legs. I am putting a 3/4 inch thick cherry shelf at the base between 2 inch square black walnut legs. I have it all cut and fitted. The aprons will be attached to...
  3. Tools and Woodworking
    Any suggestions on how to make really large finger joints to join thick stock (12/4) material?
  4. General Routing
    Hi everyone, this is my first visit and my very first post on any forum. I live in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and although I make furniture my main area of work is re-finishing. This is my problem, I have designed a coffee table that is essentially a box (approx.. 20"x40"x6")that sits on a...
  5. General Routing
    I attempted to join a couple of 1x8's by using my router straight bit and had problems. I offset the outfeed part of the fence about about 1/16 and everything looked good. When I placed the boards together they have gaps at each end as if the middle of the boards are a little wider than the...
  6. CNC Routing
    Hi,I have owned and run a joinery firm for the past 30 years. we have just purchased a biesse rover 24L Cnc machine, we are concerened how much tooling we should purchase at this stage until we really get the hang of the machine. -David Rouse, -Rouse Joinery ltd.:happy:
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