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Am semi-retired from teaching and have been a woodworker for some years. Now that I have more time I am planning on spending a lot of it on woodworking. I have done very basic work with a router and have been leery about tackling anything more difficult as my knowledge is very limiited. I see the tremendous potential in their use and want to start using them more and was glad to stumble on this forum where I hope to get some ideas and answers to some of my questions.
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Am semi-retired from teaching and have been a woodworker for some years. Now that I have more time I am planning on spending a lot of it on woodworking. I have done very basic work with a router and have been leery about tackling anything more difficult as my knowledge is very limiited. I see the tremendous potential in their use and want to start using them more and was glad to stumble on this forum where I hope to get some ideas and answers to some of my questions.
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welcome aboard all new guys,, This is a great site, and can be used to find answers to just about any guestion you can think to ask,, They are great great peaple in here semi47 out of maine
 

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Welcome thumbs......

You have come to the right place to get answers to your questons. Look forward to seeing more of you on the forums.
 

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Welcome to our community of woodworkers. Even tho this forum is called RouterForums we have a variety of boards to read and to post to. You may have a favorite, but I check for all new posts, so I won't miss anything. So now that you are semi-retired, get to the shop and make some chips and do it "SAFELY". Participate when you can. This is a friendly forum.
 

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Welcome to the forum and a big thumbs up to you. (Sorry... couldn't resist)
Don't be shy about asking questions. The only dumb questions are the ones not asked.
 
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