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Router safety
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Router safety

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  • 1. ROUTER SAFETY
  • 2. SPECIFIC PURPOSE • To profile or shape the edges & ends of stock.
  • 3. SPECIFIC SAFETY RULES 1. Always feed your material from RIGHT to LEFT when table routing. 2. Hold or clamp work piece securely when hand routing. 3. Keep hands clear of rotating bit.
  • 4. USEFULL TIPS 1. Feed router firmly at consistent rate. 2. Make trial cut on scrap piece before attempting final cut. 3. Select proper bit or cutter for proper job.
  • 5. ROUTING TECHNIQUES • Free Hand Routing Operator feeds the router into the edge of their material as a bearing guides the rotating bit. • Table Mounted Routing The router is fixed upside down in a table. The operator feeds their stock past the rotating bit.
  • 6. COMMON ROUTER BIT PROFILES (Sketch) Corner Rounding Cove
  • 7. COMMON ROUTER BIT PROFILES (Sketch) Corner Rounding Cove

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