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Posted on Repeated router kickback, Why?

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pintodeluxe

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#1 posted 01-27-2017 04:57 PM

While I generally agree with all the good advise that has been given here, I think routing that small of a curved part is an uphill battle. I would spend a few minutes sanding it back to the line and skip the router on this one.

I use an oscillating spindle sander for such things, but I realize not everyone has access to one. Do you have a drill press that you could mount a spindle sanding attachment to?

In your original post you called it a “flesh trim” bit (typo). That gave me chills!

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