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I was cleaning out the trunk of my car when I seen some older windshiel scrappers and thought about cutting 1 down to make a push stick for the new router table I built.

Was fairly easy to cut off the scrapper from it and cut a notch in it. Also take a look at the scrapper it usually has and offset with a 1/4" step to stiffen the scarpper. That can be used as a push stick as well. I enjoy wood working very much and my next project will be my kitchen cabinet doors and is the reason I built a larger router table.
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Welcome Kenneth,
Re purposed or shop made tools are always interesting and are always welcome on this forum.
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Good one Kenneth, it was a wooden handle type ,right..

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I was cleaning out the trunk of my car when I seen some older windshiel scrappers and thought about cutting 1 down to make a push stick for the new router table I built.

Was fairly easy to cut off the scrapper from it and cut a notch in it. Also take a look at the scrapper it usually has and offset with a 1/4" step to stiffen the scarpper. That can be used as a push stick as well. I enjoy wood working very much and my next project will be my kitchen cabinet doors and is the reason I built a larger router table.



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Greetings Kenneth and welcome to the router forum. Thank you for joining us, and remember to have fun, build well and above all be safe.

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