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Posted on Rounding out the Workshop - Question about Next Purchase

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#1 posted 02-20-2019 04:03 PM

If your Florida House is that large and you re motivated to make it work than you can do it…

Other way around. Florida houses are expensive and small – we also don t have basement. But, point taken. Unfortunately my wife also needs the garage so I have to play nice.

RE: work driving tools – that was my original question. If what I want to do is cut curves and long bevels, is the bandsaw the way to go? If it s a plunge router, I already have one, but how do I keep things straight? I m terrible free handing that thing.

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I’m pretty good freehand at stuff. But I will still use router bits with bearings, or build a jig and use bushings. You can find really good books on Router Jigs and it will open your mind to all the crazy stuff that you can do with a router that you never thought of. Well actually I have mostly been using my router table more than handheld routing. I am actually currently in the process of cutting my router table top to put on my table saw top as the right side.

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