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Hi guy's

Just a one or two liner to introduce myself.

Names Phil, live in the UK, early 20's apprenticed ceramic wall/floor tiler, mid 40's changed to Carpenter/Joiner, mid 50's worked for NHS as a computer engineer (retired due to ill health).

Looking forward to learning lots about routers.
 

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Hello and welcome to the router forum Datacoms
 

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Welcome to the forum, Phil! Add your first name to your profile to clear the N/a in the side panel and so we'll remember your name, 'cause we'll forget. Add your location, as well.

And we do like photos of shops, tools, projects, etc. so post whenever you're ready.

Here are some photo posting tips if you’re using your phone or iPad – the best way for proper orientation is to shoot landscape (widescreen). Rotate your phone or iPad CCW for proper orientation. If you want your photos to be portrait then open the photo in a viewer on your computer, rotate it to the orientation you want, then save it in that orientation. It will be correct when you upload it to the servers here. If you’re shooting video please shoot widescreen like our monitors, not portrait.

The best way to post photos in line with your text is to use Go Advanced below the Quick Reply window. If you’re starting a new thread then you’re automatically in the Advanced editor. Click on the Paper Clip on the ribbon bar and that will bring up a dialogue box where you can browse to your photos. Upload them and then put your cursor where you want a photo, hit the dropdown beside the Paper Clip, and choose the photo you want inserted. If you have several photos and just want them at the end of your text then put your cursor at the end and hit the Insert All on the dropdown list of photos.

David
 

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G'day N/A and welcome to the forums....

We can take some of that newness off of ya..
head over to this link for a bit of education on routering and it's accessories...

feel free to ask any and all questions that you may have...
enjoy!!!
 

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Welcome, Phil..you will love being on this Forum and getting back into woodworking...
 
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