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When doing router work in and out of the table, especially when the work involves inside and outside cuts, it is easy to want to feed the work the wrong way into the bit. A mark on the baseplate to show bit rotation direction, or pencil marks on the workpiece are easy ways to make sure you don't feed backwards.
 

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Rayinthe UK said:
I did a page a little while ago where I put together some tips intended for beginners - http://www.raygirling.com/routtips.htm - hope it's not too basic and the emphasis is on safety.

Ray :)
Great site Ray, you sure have packed a whole lot of workshop into a little garage. I had a BT3000 as well when I first started out, amazing what that little saw can do.

Thanks for sharing!
 
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