Week 5: Template Routing | LIVE

Need a bunch of identical parts? Template routing is the way to go. One piece, or a thousand, they’ll all look exactly like the template.

George Vondriska will be teaching this week’s session LIVE on Thursday, May 9th at 3:00 p.m. CT.

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  1. Wayne

    George, have you tried replacing that clip on mike assembly? The last time I heard that “breaking up” sound, the problem was a loose or broken wire. It could be that or a defective plug. Usually when that happens you are moving. try humming while moving the wire at different places.

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  2. JOHN

    Hi George,

    What is the reason straight router bits have single and double flutes?

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    • Customer Service

      Hi John. In some cases it might be simple economics; a single flute bit costs less than a two-flute. But it won’t last as long. But in the case of specialized bits, single flute bits (generally called O flute) are the bit of choice for many plastics and non-ferrous metals.
      Thanks
      Paul-Woodworkers Guild of America

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