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Jig makes it safe to rout small pieces

My table-mounted router seemed ideal for shaping 34 " stock into knobs for a box I was building, but the small blanks—only 112 " square—would make the job hazardous to my hands. So I built the jig, shown, to hold onto the blanks.

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Spacers divide raised panel cuts

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Routing raised panel edges in one pass produces tear-out and it’s risky. Spacers taped to a router-... read more