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Alignthebitwiththecuttingmarkandinstallthe guideonyourrouter sothattheextension isflushagainst the edgeof theworkpiece. beginning at oneendof theboard, feed thebit intothestockwiththeedgeguideextension f latagainst theedgeof thestock. proceed thecut untilyoureachthe yourclamps otherend,repositioning asnecessary. eighty one Routing a dado Setyourstockon a worksurface andmakea cuttingmarkfor thedadoon itsface. Alignthebitwiththemarkandclamp a board asanedgeguideto theworkpiece flushagainst the router baseplate. Theboard should still belonger thanthewidth of yourworkpiece; makesurethatit is sq. to theedges of thestock. Griptherouter firmlywithbothhands andbuttits baseplateagainst theedgeguide. Feedthe bit intothestock at thecuttinglineandmakethecut. - ROUTER "flt-1flf'1ll1ll"ffi1nll-1Ir. ffiIll1lll lllllllllfilllllll"lll 1HO? TI? Eliminatinglearout and Rouberbits can aau6eLearouN oplinLering aa they exil a workpiece allhe finish of a croooqraindado c u L T oh e l pq u a r a n ' Iee oplinter' loose resulNs, oet up the ,for ? roceaure0y, ctam? tnq an eaqe quideNoNhe workpiece (pa6eB1). Ihenclamp a woodblockf,hesameIhicknessa6 your alonqlhe edqetrom which workpiece Nhebit willemerqe. Thepreooureof the blockaqainol your ebockwillkeeV tearouf,loa minimal. DADO CUTS T. SOUARE JIGFOR TheT-square at rightwill make quickworkof dadoes andgrooves. plywood, the. lig Builtfrom3/+-inch thatdadocutswill be guarantees squareto the edgesof yourstock. Thedimensions of thejig onthewidthof thestock deoend youwill be usingandthediameter of yourrouterbaseplate. Make the edgeguideat leastaslongas iswide. Thefence theworkoiece wideand shouldbeabout4 inches longenough to clampto thestock withoutgettingin thewayof the eighty two w; seventy seven ',/t ,,/ ROUTER creating a STOPPED GROOVE thebitintothestock 1 Plunging I Setthestockon a worksurface, then alignthebitwithoneedgeof theoutline. Clampa boardasa stopblockto theworkpieceflushwiththerouterbaseplate. Repeat ontheotheredgesuntilyouhave a stopblockonall foursidesof theoutline. Tostartthecutwitha plungerouter, setthetoolf latontheworkoiece with thebitabove theoutline andclearof the inventory. Thenloosen the plungelockknob, turntherouteron andusebothhandsto plunge the bit intothestock(right). as soon as the bit reaches therequired depth,lock theknob. Tostartthecutwitha typical router, restitssub-base ontheworkpiece withthe bit clearof thestockandabove theoutline(inset). Then,gripping the toolfirmly,turnit on andlowerthebit intotheworkoiece untilthesub-base is flatonthesurface. router,Screwthetwopartsof thejig jointly, checking witha test sq. to makecertainthattheyareperfectly perpendicular to eachother. Then clampthe T-square to a worksurfaceand routa dadoacrossthe fence. Keepthe routerbaseplate buttedagainst theedgeguideasyou makethecut. To usethejig,clampit to the workpiece withthedadoin thefence aligned withthecuttingmarkonthe inventory. Makethe minimize, urgent the routerbaseplatefirmlyagainst the edgeguide(right). eighty three - ROUTER /) finishing thegroove L Cuiaetherouterin a clockwise edges of course to cuttheoutside maintaining the baseplate thegroove, f lushagainst a stopblockat alltimes (abovd.

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