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Woodworking expert George Vondriska provides tips on how to use a flush trim router bit to cut a chair leg blank, including how to select the correctly sized router bit, set the height of a bit and use patterns to cut perfectly matched pieces. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original videos.

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6 Responses to “Using a Flush Trim Router”
  1. Julian

    This video seems to finish before the end. i.e. George says: “at this point I can turn on the router”, and we don’t get to see the routing.

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  2. mminorhsd

    I tried something very similar to this yesterday using 3/4″ white pine for the work piece and a piece of plywood for the template. Less than halfway through the trimming process a large chunk of the pine ripped off. I don’t know if I was going too fast, or trying to take too much off with the router, but it was very frustrating.


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