A ROUTER ENCOUNTER PDF
This Routing PDF, ("A Router Encounter"), is essentially for starters, tho the experienced might find a few unexpected surprises. For example the selection process (routers), depths of cut, locking the casting and changing cutters.
Other topics include blind slotting, matching a dado to any workpiece thickness, a talk about cutters, sharpening and router tables. Router anatomy, free hand routing and topics about the general nature of the process.
Though done >10 years ago, it is still contemporary. Routing changes very little. Many of today's routers are >>10 years old, DW's e.g. and the PC 690 are >25 years old and still for sale.
Moreover, the rules of engagement are still the same. And the accessories from the likes of Rockler, Leigh, Lee Valley and the multitude of router bit suppliers are essentially unchanged!
Available only as an Email-able PDF. $10
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