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routers.jpgrouters37 viewshighlighted Preston style modelsbugbear
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TCrouters1.jpgTCRouters126 viewsnicknaylo
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271_router_001.JPG271 router 1/8 cutter85 views This was done because of Bruno's question...works but I'd recommend the stair saw over a router; it's just too slow uless you cut the sides first.roy griggs
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100_4506.JPGshrink pot tools26 viewsSpear & Jackson gouge with long handle, backed up by a big heavy oak mallet. Quirk router to cut the croze for the bottom. Crooked knife (LV 06D10.32), Ben Orford spoon knife. 4" square for reference.dlarue
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Ivory_Router.jpg95 viewsIvory and brass routerjerkinsj
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router_box_4.jpgRouter Box 2269 viewsroy griggs
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router_box_2.jpgRouter Box 1245 viewsNewer #71's gets a homeroy griggs
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100_4947.jpg82 viewsDivert your eyes again. Router with tiny bit used to remove most waste and set the depth of the hole.Ruby
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No_71.JPGNo 71 & Stanley awl122 views$25 for the router, $1 for the awl
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HalfMortise.jpgCutting mortise in upright156 viewsHalf the mortise is cut in each piece before lamination. Router plane is excellent for making sure mortises are correct and snug. 1 1/4" left below bar on both uprights, help keep assembly level and stable when using the clamp. Tom11
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