I tried to do something like this in my specialty some years ago. It got stuck for a very long time and got out of hand. We finally reduced the outline to a grid, then added on the elements separately. My feeling is that this should be pretty straight forward and I don't think it should go beyond the basic information about router bits. Otherwise we're writing a book on woodworking, something that is NOT needed and will simply swamp the project.
I'm pretty much with Stick on brands, but I think we have to go way beyond four brands, and I think the profile sample is a must for newbies. I think a general quality discussion is very appropriate--what represents quality. Hardness, brazing, shank size, longivity depending on use. KISS will be read, compllicatingthehelloutofeverydetailjotandtiddle, won't.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.
Last edited by DesertRatTom; 11-07-2019 at 07:36 PM.