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  1. Router Bits - Types and Usage
    I want to round edges of 3/16" thick baltic birch. This would mean finding a 3/32" radius roundover bit. This will also need a super small bearing OR a thicker pieces to guide it with cut to fit. A guide piece to use over and over is not a problem. But I still need the crazy-small radius. This...
  2. General Routing
    New to the routing world and want to figure out how to make a round dice tray similar to this: That one appears to be made from several blocks glued together, but I've got a circle jig and will just cut it out of one piece of wood. Thought I'd use 8/4 poplar and rout out the middle, leaving a...
  3. General Routing
    Hi folks-- Have a question for the site. I'm building a deck, and wish to use a round-over bit to trim the outer edge of the fascia board for the edge of the deck. I've purchased a set of Skil roundover bits (1/4, 3/8, & 1/2 inch, with axial bearings). I'm going to wind up with approx. 100...
  4. Router Bits - Types and Usage
    I need some help here. I bought a 1/2" roundover bit and then used it on some 3/4" thick practice board. The roundover was great but it would not go all the way to the back side. Did I need a 3/4" roundover? Does the material thickness designate the bit to use? Thanks JIM
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