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10 Router Bits Every DIYer Should Own

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Old oak kitchen worktop, a plunge router and a bit of time and imagination. This is what came out the shed.

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Router Woodworking Basics: How to Use a Router

Want to use a router, but don’t know where to start? Learn how to use a router with these router woodworking techniques and tips.

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6 Beginner Ways to Use a Woodworking Router

You can use the router to “trace” the outline of the original piece and re-create it as many times as you like.

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GIANT Growth Chart Ruler height chart with HAND ROUTERED numbers and dashes, distressed and stained oak and black on Etsy, $48.00

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Router bits - Illustrations like this are easily accessible in your shop reference binder (every shop needs at least one!). Other ideas for binders: project plans, stain charts, glues and how to select the right one, paint chips & accompanying info from around the house, fastener charts, photos of projects from step 1 thru step . . ., etc.

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Router Basics

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