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Just thought I'd introduce myself Name is Ken and I live in sunny Florida..

I have been routing for over 20 years but never really understood the routers use...

Well thanks to Rick and Bob... I turn to the router and think ROUTER before all other tools....

I had to fit a 4' by 4' plywood to the back of a cabinet which had sides that were slightly bowed... Rather than hit and miss I clamped the board to the back and used the router with flush trim bit to get it to fit
AS BOB WOULD SAY THE FIRST TIME - AND ISNT IT NICE WHEN IT FITS

Thanks guys!!

Ken
 

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Ken Manuelian said:
Just thought I'd introduce myself Name is Ken and I live in sunny Florida..

I have been routing for over 20 years but never really understood the routers use...

Well thanks to Rick and Bob... I turn to the router and think ROUTER before all other tools....

I had to fit a 4' by 4' plywood to the back of a cabinet which had sides that were slightly bowed... Rather than hit and miss I clamped the board to the back and used the router with flush trim bit to get it to fit
AS BOB WOULD SAY THE FIRST TIME - AND ISNT IT NICE WHEN IT FITS

Thanks guys!!

Ken
Hey Ken!

Yes!! Isn't it great!!?? :) :)

Reminds me of the ole A-Team comment...
"I love it when a plan comes together."

W e l c o m e . . A b o a r d !!
 

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Hello Ken in sunny Florida. Welcome to the Router Forums. Glad to have your 20 yrs. experience join us. We are a fun and friendly group and you sure sound like you fit in. Glad you joined.
 

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Magazine holders w/ router

I just finished this project a few minutes ago....

I needed magazine holders and the stationary store wanted way too much money.

1"x4" Pine I get from local contractors as cut offs so it is free and the
thinest Masonite (hard board) is as cheep as paper about $2.25 for a 4'x4' square so the total cost is 37 cents each for half a dozen.

Made the template on the band saw and clamped it like Bob and Rick...

I did not glue it in case I get some scrap cherry or walnut which I will replace the sides....

So a quick and easy (and cheep) project for keepeing control of the Wood Working magazines.....

Ken K!UM
 

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Hi Ken

"get another free router!"

Tell us about the 1st.one you won ? :)

You may not want to post the name of the magazine, we have 11,452 members that may read it. :) :) :) not to say anything about the Google "Spider" picking it up as well.
Maybe post a picture of what you won it with .

Bj :)



Ken Manuelian said:
No problem.... enjoy.... I am going to submit it to a magazine and see if I can get another free router! :) :) :)

Ken
 
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