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Bill

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#1 posted 2618 days ago

Mike, I used the table saw and spaceballs on my entry bench. I also backcut the panels on my router table. This seem to work just fine.

I like the idea of a complete router bit set. I like the idea of a backcut on the panels to allow them to expand without cracking the frame. While the one step approach appeals to me (efficiency), doing each part separately does have its benefits as well.

Thanks for the tip on bits Dick. I have a catalog from MLCS, and have been drooling over the bits.

-- Bill, Turlock California, http://www.brookswoodworks.com


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