By Jim Stack
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With the appropriate add-ons and a bit knowledge, a router can take where of a lot better and costlier instruments. state of the art Router assistance & methods supplies the instruments and strategies you must make your router some of the most flexible instruments on your store. Jim Stack, editor of renowned Woodworking Books, indicates you the way to construct over 20 jigs and furnishings to spice up the router's software and upload flare for your favourite initiatives with distinctive images and step by step instructions.
Unlike many router books, state of the art Router information & tips demonstrates not just tips on how to make various jigs and furnishings, but in addition the right way to use them. the second one a part of the publication walks you thru the development of 3 simple, attractive tasks whole with full-color photos and transparent path. You'll see your router - and the probabilities on your tasks - in a complete new manner!
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This is a simple fence. Create these grooves by making several shallow cuts. Don’t try to cut but effective way to hold the fence in place. When the top knob is tightened, through the fence in a single pass. Chances are good you’ll break the router the fence can’t be moved. bit. Set up a temporary fence using a straight board and a couple of clamps. 21 22 The dust hood for the fence is made from three pieces of MDF. Cut a hole in the hood to fit your dust collector or shop vacuum hose. 30 CHAPTER T WO Attach the dust hood with a couple of 2" drywall screws.
You can cut this rail-end profile in the front edge of the backup board. The long edge of the rails will fit into this profile when making these end cuts and prevent tearing of the wood. 38 CHAPTER THREE 4 This panel-raising bit has a large diameter — over 3". I had to make a custom insert plate with a larger clearance hole. If you use large bits like this, you need the largest router you can get. A softstart, variable-speed 31 ⁄ 2 hp router is what you should use. For a large bit, run the router motor at the slowest speed for a smoother and vibration-free cut.
The guide bearing will ride along the curved edge of the rail. Center the groove in the edge of the 2 frame stock. As always, make test cuts in scrap wood until the cut is perfect. 42 CHAPTER THREE 3 Cut grooves on one long edge of all the frame parts. Then, lower the cutter until the top of the cutter is even with the bottom edge of the groove. Just use your eye for this alignment. Make a couple of test cuts and you’re good to go. 4 Because the groove is centered in the edge of the frame stock, cutting the tenons is easy.