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 used 1⁄2 " Baltic birch plywood to make a zero-clearance throat plate for my tablesaw, but it protrudes slightly above the table. I’d like to make it flush.
I have two routers, a Porter-Cable and a DeWalt, plus a separate speed-control unit. Both companies told me not to use separate speed controls because they’ll damage the routers. Why?
While routing diagonal to the grain of a workpiece the corner breaks off. Should I step up from a 1⁄2 " to a 3⁄4 " pattern bit?
What exactly is climb-cutting, and how can I determine when to use it?