Woodworkers of every talent amount will uncover anything useful in this DVD about the most flexible power device in the shop.
For router professional Pat Warner, the fundamental idea is to use the router as a "ending" device: do all your tough-chopping and hogging with other power instruments, then take away the previous one/32 in. of wooden with the router, in a clear, surgical stroke.
Warner displays you how to rout clear circles and holes how to make fifty percent-lap joints at the ends of boards, and laps in the center of boards that cross every single other at any angle you select.
You will find a area on the anatomy of a set-base router, an additional on the use of the collar guidebook for exact template operate, and a lesson on acquiring two different designs from the identical decorative-profile bit.
Warner explains how to get the most out of your router. He displays you how to rout excellent dadoes and grooves, how to make by means of mortises with no tearout, and how to set up and use the table-mounted router.
You'll also understand all about bearing-guided bits, how to rout sliding dovetails, and how to deal with complete-thickness cuts to make edge treatment options like bullnoses.
This DVD is a compilation of two Video Workshops: Functional Router one and Functional Router 2.
Shade. forty eight min.
Warner shows you how to rout clean circles and holes.
You will learn how to make half-tap joints at the end of boards.
Also how to make half-lap joints in the middle of boards.
There is a section on the anatomy of a fixed-base router.
Plus many other tips and instructions.