Hey Mark, if this thread takes off, can we get it made a sticky? Maybe sticky the "online router stuff" thread as well. Might be two very useful threads for new members. And for the rest of us too.
I agree with Doug on the brass setup bars. My set stays in my shop apron, ready to use. Thanks to The Router Workshop, I had not seen them before I saw Bob and Rick use them.kp91 said:Too bad I just answered the "best/favorite" router question in another topic. Oh, well, short and sweet, my favorite router right now is the PC 890 series.
my favorite "jig", believe it or not, is the set of brass setup bars I picked up loooong ago at a woodworking show (the next year, I went back and bought the spacer fence system, but that's a different story). The simplicity of not having to measure, especially with my eyes, is a tremendous time saver in the shop. I use them to set up everything, from the router table to the table saw.
sometimes simplest is best.
Mine's just like Norms only half the length, a quarter the width and half the height.Dr.Zook said:My dream shop would be one like Norms, only better.
And if you have the winning lottery numbers.... :sold:Dr.Zook said:My dream shop would be one like Norms, only better.
Yo, I had the same problem until I turned the paper over...No problems since. You may want to watch out for a little more dust than before.CanuckBeaver said:Nice toy room pmspirito! I like mine (22x26x10 with 8'9"x16' AC) but I'll trade if you insist?