It seems every project I plan requires at least one bit I don't have. I started with a boxed set of 1/4 inch shank bits my now ex-wife bought for me, then watching the Router Workshop I learned the value of the flush trim bit and one of those was my first addition. Then I bought a router with 1/2 inch collet, and things exploded from there!
The boxed set included round overs, coves, straight, a dovetail and a panel pilot bit. I still have not figured out what the panel pilot bit is for.
I Want to Be the Person My Poodles Thought I Am The RouterForums member formerly known as mftha or th-alton
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-attributed to Chief Seattle of the Native American Suquamish Tribe
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