Router Jigs & Techniques by Patrick Spielman
Has many many many such cool bases and thingys you can make if your
interested. I have tried a few and been very pleased.
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...Take time to dance in the rain...
>To: "medievalsawdust" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: [medievalsawdust] Just one word... 'Plastics'
>Date: Sat, 1 Feb 2003 23:07:15 -0600
>Well, it ain't period. it ain't wood. but darn is it gonna' be useful. A
>couple of weeks ago I got a friend of mine some used woodworkin' magazines.
> He found these spiffy router sub-base designs and a good size sheet of
>Lexan. so we've just spent the day messing with plastic.
>That's neat stuff. the melting factor of the stuff when your routing
>rabbits or groves in it is kinda' weird but a three flute bottom bearing
>straight sided pattern following bit (carbide. of course.) makes a way cool
>Ended up with three different types of sub-bases. or. two sub-bases and
>one of them has an "accessory". however ya' want to look at it.
>oh. and wood smells better when ya' work it.
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