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  1. General Woodworking Discussion
    Hi, I’m trying to replicate a decorative trim for a built in I’ve started, but first time doing decorative routers and I’m overwhelmed.Does anyone know where I could find a routing bit that would replicate this trim below? Thanks!
  2. Tips, Tricks, & Homemade Jigs
    Hi all, first time posting. I have run into a problem that I cannot think of how to solve effectively. I have come up with an idea for a product that I would like to sell and I have successfully made the wood tool repetitively. However, to be viable for selling at the price I want to sell them...
  3. Wood Carving
    hello The product below is marked "N-type" bit. What's a N type bit? What other types are there? thx! https://canberradiamondblade.com.au/product/pin-drill/
  4. Tips, Tricks, & Homemade Jigs
    I've had trouble Googling for tips on this. I'm trying to route an edge on a desktop - I'm wanting a 1/8" or 3/16" round over around all of the edges, except the edge you'd rest your wrists on - I ordered a "toenail" profile bit for that. I think the thing to do is route the round over first...
  5. Design & Plans
    Preface: I am new here, and still relatively novice in woodworking. I recently got a 45d Lock Miter bit, and routing adjacent panels, one side requires the wood to be flat, and the other to be vertical. Clamping the flat piece to get a good miter is great, but I am constantly having issues...
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