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Top Five Tips for Using a Router in Your Workshop
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Properly using a router in the workshop You must take cutting direction, bit rotation, other influences and your own technique when cutting with a router.

1. Take router bit rotation into account with every cut you make.

2. Use eye and ear protection whenever you operate a router.

3. Choose the proper speed setting for the router bit you’re using.

4. “Listen” to your router; slow down the feed rate if the motor starts to labor.

5. Several shallow passes often make a better cut than one deep pass.

posted on February 1, 2008 by Woodworker's Journal
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