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  1. Router Bits - Types and Usage
    I am a lumber inspector at one of the largest sawmills in Michigan. I know ALOT about wood but little about woodworking. I purchased some rustic soft maple that I handpicked myself out of our latest runs. At work I ripped it to width and planed it to 3/4"at for flooring. I know soft maple has...
  2. Router Bits - Types and Usage
    Hi, I am wanting to replace our kitchen countertops to upgrade the kitchen. I would like to build it out of 6/4 red oak. To give a really tight joint between pieces of lumber, I would like to use a dovetail tongue and groove joint to connect them. Is anyone aware of a router bit set to do this?
  3. New Member Introductions
    I am new to woodworking and want to buy an economical set of tongue and groove router bits. Has anyone had any experience with the 1/2 inch 11 piece router bit set found on Ebay. The Ebay vendor is ghsu2ia3 (20205). This appears to be a good bargain if the quality is there. I prefer USA made...
  4. Table-mounted Routing
    I picked up the Bosch 84624MC at my local Lowes since I needed to cut a few tongue and groove joints for some closet shelving. The usage is pretty straight forward except when it comes to cutting the "groove" part of the joint. The first time I used it, I didn't have a wrench/socket handy to...
  5. Table-mounted Routing
    I'm getting ready to put down new wood floor and I ato make it l"x5"x12' TONGUE AND GROOVE. CAN ANYONE HELP ME THE LAYOUT AND WHICH BITS TO USE IN WHAT ORDER to make the tongue and groove from raw wood. Great Thanks in Advance, Greg :lol::help::)
  6. Tools and Woodworking
    Hey Folks, I'm new to fine carpentry projects and am in the midst of building a dresser. I've selected 4 Cedar corner posts (4x4's) to which I'll be attaching pine tenons. I seem to be getting pulled in both directions by the advice I've gotten on Cedar, some say it's highly stable, yet it's...
  7. Jigs and Fixtures
    I've 3/4" x 4' wood planks to join with varying widths. Kind of decided on tongue and groove for the joint. Wondering if anyone has suggestions on a jig to get consistent tongues and grooves? When finished a plank will be 10.5" width. Router is mounted under the table and I am using a fence...
  8. New Member Introductions
    Hello All, I am here trying to make some use of a lot of heart pine I received from our office renovation. I have planed some down and decided it will make beautiful flooring. So amongst the challenges of my small home shop I am attempting to cut the tongue and groove into the flooring myself. I...
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