Just like to say a Hello to all as a new forum Member...................REcently got myself a Dewalt 621 (My first Router) and havent been able to put it down since!!! I love learning and after a quick browse here looks like a great place to learn about all things Router.
We plan to visit your country one day, our daughter has been there on a guided tour from one of our neighbors. She took ten kids and they toured four cities and met her family. Despite a broken ankle she visited the rain forest, scubba dived and spent a lot of time sight seeing. I sent money but it will not come back home, so I thought that it would be nice to go visit it and see how it has been enjoying itself. Anyway, when it comes to routers the most important rule it to unplug that rascal every time you want to change the bit. Be fearful of the power of any machine and you will keep your parts attached while it serves your wishes. The second rule is to use sharp bits, dull ones will get you hurt or ruin a project. Best of luck.
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