6 great uses for trim routers
1. Task-specific trim routers
At WOOD® magazine, we frequently work with four forms of decorative edge-routing, shown: Round-overs and chamfers are the most common, followed by coves and beads. To save time changing and setting up these bits, we like to keep a 1/8" round-over bit ready to use in one trim router, and a 45° chamfer bit in another. Many trim routers sell for about $100, so you could buy three trim routers for the same money it takes to buy a 3-hp router.
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