on your next project, route all "inside" edges prior to assembly.
There's a bit that's shaped like a Diablo which would allow you to do that and if you're sneaky, you could do inside and outside at the same time. Sorry I can't remember the name of the bit, but a search through a 'bit' catalogue should reveal it.What's the procedure for routing the inside edges of hand holds for a serving tray using router table? I want to use a 1/4" roundover bit.
I can't remember if I have memory problems or not.... but I know sometimes I spend more time trying to figure out how to use the power tools I have than it would take to just do something by hand.Yes, John. The tray was my project and I completed it a year ago. The tray below is also my project. Trouble is, I'm 76 years old and was embarrassed to mention that I'm having memory problems and FORGOT how I did these projects. I can't remember if I used a router table.I also made a serving tray 35 years ago in mahagony and dovetail joints and I KNOW I used a router for the hand holds but can't remember how.