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gerrym526

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#1 posted 06-10-2010 11:32 PM

What diameter circle?
If small, you’d make a template out of 1/4 masonite with the hole cut into it, and use a top bearing straight bit.
If large, you take off the baseplate of the router and replace with a plywood base with a pivot hole in it (think of a big compass with a router on the end)-with the distance from the pivot hole to the outside edge of a straight cutting bit equal to the diameter of the cirlle to be cut.
Hope this helps.
Gerry

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