Getting the most out of your router table and router is a key to success for your woodworking projects. Learn all the tips and techniques for choosing, using, and maintaining your router and router bits.
I’ve seen two router-bit options for making rail-and-stile joints: matching bit sets and a single combination bit. It seems to me that the matching sets are the better way to go. Any thoughts?
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I have a 3×4" project part that requires a routed round-over. How can I rout this safely?
I’ve glued up a large tabletop and I want to cut bevels on the underside. Because of the size and weight, I don’t think I can manage it safely on my tablesaw. Can you help?
I want to build arched-top paneled doors. How do I cut a dado on the concave side of the curved top rail to accept the panel?