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Tools and Techniques => Power Tools and Shop Safety => Topic started by: tdwoodcraft on June 14, 2017, 02:32:26 PM

Title: CRB7 Router Base
Post by: tdwoodcraft on June 14, 2017, 02:32:26 PM
So woodpeckers is having a 20% off sale on the CRB7 router base. I have been looking for something to do loose tenons on large stuff, like bed rails...

Has anyone used this unit and can speak of its quality and accuracy? Even on-sale it is pricey but if it is good I won't mind.
Title: Re: CRB7 Router Base
Post by: Antiquity Period Designs, Ltd. on June 14, 2017, 03:34:07 PM
I cut my bed tenons with a tenon saw or cut the shoulder (stop cut) then chisel/snap the cheek off. It goes fast and no dust. Smooth and fine tune it with a file/rasp. Try it, you can do it. Save yourself some money.   :)

Dennis Bork
Antiquity Period Designs, Ltd.