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Hi All,

Newbie here. Got recommended to this forum through WoodworkingTalk.com. I'm looking forward to gaining some helpful knowledge to improve my woodworking skills with my various routers! They are such an awesome tool but VERY unforgiving if you don't handle them correctly.

Thanks again for the add!

Cheers!

Mike
 

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Hi Mike and welcome. Feel free to join in or post questions.
 
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Hi All,

Newbie here. Got recommended to this forum through WoodworkingTalk.com. I'm looking forward to gaining some helpful knowledge to improve my woodworking skills with my various routers! They are such an awesome tool but VERY unforgiving if you don't handle them correctly.

Thanks again for the add!

Cheers!

Mike
welcome Mike..
you'll like it here...

this here link has a little bit of light reading in it that will help you out w/ the knowledge improvement
 
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Welcome from down south, on the edge of the Mojave Desert. Sounds to me like you've had some practical experience along the way. I've also done DIY most of my life, and a lot of those lessons apply to woodworking.

I'm attaching a pdf of the 17 things that accelerated my woodworking learning curve. It is long, with pictures and wide ranging. Hopefully it will help you on some choices, in particular, dust collection. I see that Stick has already posted his very useful router guides.
 

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Welcome from West Texas. I'm into the CNC side of things but do have a router and router table for edge finishing things.

LOTS of great information here.
 
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Welcome from down south, on the edge of the Mojave Desert. Sounds to me like you've had some practical experience along the way. I've also done DIY most of my life, and a lot of those lessons apply to woodworking.

I'm attaching a pdf of the 17 things that accelerated my woodworking learning curve. It is long, with pictures and wide ranging. Hopefully it will help you on some choices, in particular, dust collection. I see that Stick has already posted his very useful router guides.
Wow! This is great! I'm going to def read through it. Especially the dust collection part since that's what I'm looking into next!

Thank you!
 
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