|Forum topic by ScottKaye||posted 02-02-2014 09:58 PM||1240 views||0 times favorited||2 replies|
02-02-2014 09:58 PM
Im trying to use a 1/4” shank, 1/4” round over bit on a project that has mahagony and poplar stretchers. The mahagony pieces meet at 90° to the poplar and Im experiencing some slight burning on a few places here and there on the poplar. Whats speed range would be most appropriate to run the router? It’s a 1 3/4 hp Craftsman plunge router. As a side note, I first tried a 1/8” round over and wasnt happy with the 90° interesctions. I then moved up to a 3/16” round over and still am not happy. The cut is closer to the inside corner, but not as much as I would like so I figured Id change routers to my variable speed and increase the diameter of the bit to a 1/4”
Thanks for your thoughts and ideas
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