10 Router Tips For Furniture Makers
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Too many of us have our routers set up as dedicated roundover tools.We've pulled together 10 router tips for furniture makers that will help you maximize this tool.From face jointing small boards to best practices when approaching the bit without a fence, you'll find a tip that helps you find yet another use for the router in the workshop.
1.Simple Bit Spacer2.Flattening a Wide Board3.Sliding Dovetail Jig4.Adjustable Router Mortises5.Dado Jig6.Use a Starting Pin7.Pace the Cut8.Jointing Fence9.Moulding Pusher10.Diamond Branding Jig Bill Hylton's Ultimate Guide to the Router Table$24.
99Add to cart1.Simple Bit Spacer Manipulating two wrenches can be frustrating enough.Grab a piece of copper or something else bendable and make a bit spacer to avoid bottoming out your router bit in the collet.
It's as simple as it sounds.You can even make it long enough to rest on your router base if you align the height correctly.2.Flattening Wide Boards If your jointer isn't wide enough and your lumber isn't cooperating under a handplane, try the router table.
Attach runners to both sides of the board and run it across a straight bit.You'll be shocked at how well this works,...