[WEEKLY TECH TIPS] A Beginners Guide to Choosing the Best Flush Trim Router Bits?

Flush-Trim Router Bits as the name suggests these bits are used to trim the edge of one material flush with the edge of another– for example, trimming a veneered surface flush with a substrate or using a pattern to create multiple identical pieces. These bits are also used to cut...

[WEEKLY TECH TIPS] How Does A Flush Trim bit Making Copies?

Flush trim router bit allows you to duplicate a master pattern or template. You can use it to create exactly the same shape multiple times over with similar pieces of timber. How does it work? First, take the template piece. Draw traces on your second piece of timber. Make a...

[WEEKLY TECH TIPS] HOW TO USE A COMPRESSION BIT

A compression bit is the combination of both up-cut and down-cut spirals.  A dedicated up or downward spiral may only give a good finish on one side of the material if the material is laminated. Where both sides of the material require the best possible finish, a compression bit is your best solution. For very hardwoods, .250" per pass might be too deep, so we need to change the 1/10" up-cut compression.

How to Use a Router

Whether you are a professional or beginner woodworker, a router is a must-have tool in your workshop. A router is an excellent tool for different woodworking activities and comes in handy when cutting dovetail joints or adding a profile to a work's edge. However, using a router can be a...