Large holes in 5 easy steps
Boring big or odd-size holes just got a whole lot easier using this simple method.
Follow these steps
Many times when making trays, shallow bowls, or clocks, the need arises to cut large holes. Often the holes are odd-size diameters or irregularly shaped. As you'll see in the following steps, a router, pattern bit, and shop-made template will cut these holes accurately every time.
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