From the professionals at WoodAr Magazine come technical advice, wonderful projects, and practical tips for that most versatile and popular woodworking tool, the router. Plentiful photos andsolid information show how to use it to straight-edge and surface boards; cut dadoes, rabbets, and grooves; work circles and curved surfaces; and make decorative joints. All the basic techniques and operations are here, along with coverage of special bits like a window-sash set that makes building custom windows and French doors amazingly easy. Find out about tricks for mounting the router, and try simple shop-tested solutions to common problems.Clamping the workpiece to a pushblock keeps it circles of almost any diameter. FlABBET ... Edge guides are often included when you buy a router, but they are also sold separately. Mount one to ... diameters. Some edge-forming bits do not have bearings, but you can buy and attach them to the shank above the cutter ( similar to pattern bits). ... If your guide has curved edges or a radius guide, use them.
|Title||:||Router Tips, Jigs and Techniques|
|Author||:||Peter J. Stephano|
|Publisher||:||Sterling Publishing Company, Inc. - 2005|