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welcome to the forums N/A...
you tube is gonna be your buddy on this one..
this here link will take you to the welcoming thread that has a ton of information in it...
please take the time to read the PDF's...
 

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Hey, OTY; welcome!
Perhaps you could take a moment and fill out a little about yourself in the profile. Without knowing where in the World you live it's really difficult for members here to give you suggestions that are helpful to you.
For example, if you live in the US, Whiteside bits would be the top recommendation, but here in Canada they're a lot more difficult to find.
A name to call you would be nice...

Some info as to your woodworking experience and tools that you have available to you are also helpful; no point in telling you to do something with your planer if you don't have one, eh?
We have a lot of folks just getting started in woodworking and the more experienced members here are very generous with their knowledge and time...we really want new woodworkers to succeed, and especially to not get injured!
 

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Check out the small Makita trim router. It has a transparent base so it's a little easier to see the letters forming, and easier to control because it's light. You will need a plunge base for signs so you can lower the bit into the material. Bosch has a new small router that just came out that has the transparent base. You may have to order that on Amazon. My memory is blanking on model numbers.
 

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Hello and weclome to the router forum, QTY
 

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Welcome to the forum. When you are looking for some information it is useful to use the search function to find information first you may find your answer quickly and easier before you ask the forum for an answer. There is a wealth of information stored out there....Chuck
 
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