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Top 87 Routers Projects

  1. 31. How to Make a Stopped Rabbet Cut

    Use these step-by-step instructions to make a stopped rabbet cut using a router table.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  2. 32. Storing Blades and Bits

    In order to keep bits, blades and other accessories from being lost, damaged or dulled, it's important that they be stored properly. DI...

  3. 33. How to Make a Router Bit Storage Unit

    This four-sided unit will help keep router bits in order. It stores bits vertically, and a profile piece explains what each bit will do...

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  4. 34. Specialized (20:00)

    Chris introduces unique tools for specialized projects.

  5. 35. Tips on Choosing the Right Router

    DIY Network experts make it easy to choose the right router for the job.

  6. 36. Standard Router Basics

    DIY Network covers the basics on how to use a router.

  7. 37. Router Tips and Contours (06:11)

    David Thiel demonstrates router bits for cutting creative edge profiles.

  8. 38. Skil X-Bench (01:32)

    This strong, portable worktable changes to accommodate multiple uses.

  9. 39. 4- Router Table Fence (03:46)

    Making a simple, yet precise, router table fence.

  10. 40. 3- Space-Saving Router Table (04:46)

    Construct a custom router table using a router lift & plywood base.

  11. 41. Trim-Router Basics

    DIY experts explain that bigger isn't always better when it comes to using a router. Because of its small size, the trim router can som...

  12. 42. Pantograph (01:24)

    Carving with the Pantograph is so easy, it feels like you're cheating.

  13. 43. Butcher Block (04:25)

    Marc shows a homeowner how to build his own butcher-block countertops.

  14. 44. Cool Tool: Stacked Router Bit Cutter

    DIY Network experts show a cool tool that makes cutting grooves simple: a router bit version of an adjustable dado stack.

  15. 45. Routing Fingernail Edges

    By attaching a jig to a router table, round-over bits can be used to create fingernail edges on tabletops or bookshelves. Here's how to...

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard

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