#2
Yea. I use a router as my thicknesser, i have a jig for it.
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#4
I can take pics if you want. It's just a flat base(1/2"). Across each side is a wooden rail. then i have a board that runs over both, it also has a slot through which the router bit goes.
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#5
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I can take pics if you want. It's just a flat base(1/2"). Across each side is a wooden rail. then i have a board that runs over both, it also has a slot through which the router bit goes.
i dont think it will be necessary actually but thank you anyways. youve helped
#6
Yup no problem. Just make sure that the part that sits on the rails is nice and sturdy, if it flexes the thickness will vary in the route.
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#7
Genius!
Thanks for that Bobby. I'm to poor/cheap to afford a planer.
..I was watching my death.