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That's some heavy reading but not heavy enough to substitute for clamps.

Seriously though you got enough great advice and a new tool out of it... Isn't life great?
 

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Using a flush trim won't be difficult just
Follow the directions.
Take your time
Don't extend the cutter too far below the piece your cutting
Steady hands help
Keep the router FLAT.
You will do great!!!!!!!!

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That's some heavy reading but not heavy enough to substitute for clamps.

Seriously though you got enough great advice and a new tool out of it... Isn't life great?
Not to mention all I've learned from one stupid mistake!
 

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Using a flush trim won't be difficult just
Follow the directions.
Take your time
Don't extend the cutter too far below the piece your cutting
Steady hands help
Keep the router FLAT.
You will do great!!!!!!!!

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Not enough can be said about the "steady hands" on such a narrow edge. If you let the router tip it can gouge the edge. Get a peace of scrap and practice. You don't even need the edge clued on for this.
 
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