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First show is complementary…

January 6, 2012 by  
Filed under Router Tips

To start the year off right we are offering the first complementary show…

For the month of January we are offering

  1. The first video show free,
  2. Plus a 30% discount for the rest of the shows.
  3. With 100% money back guarantee makes it easy to decide what to do.

Stage one, is the free show set up on this post, just click the blue box and watch the entire first episode. After watching the show may I ask you to comment about what you saw. More to the point, I would like to know if you learned something new from watching the show.
If you like what you see and want access to the rest of the shows, just follow this link to join the Router Workshop Video Series. Once signed up you will receive one new show each week with the complete library lasting 183 weeks.

web_Straight_bitsStage Two, get the first month free, which means when you sign up and set up your PayPal subscription. Once the PayPal account is set up I will manually add the first four shows to your selected email account within 24 hours of sign up.

Stage Three, if you watch for the first month and don’t like what you see you can cancel the account before the first 30 days and receive a complete refund no questions asked.

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Click to join the Router Workshop Video Series.

Remember to get your copy of the January Calendar, January Calendar 2012 Click the link to the left and be sure to pass out the PDF calendar to everyone interested in woodworking.


5 Responses to “First show is complementary…”

  1. admin on January 5th, 2012 10:48 pm

    This is where you comment on what you have just seen in our first free video. We are interested in seeing constructive comments about the learning value of our video library.

    So please leave your comments here…Rick

  2. Jim Palan on January 6th, 2012 1:36 pm

    Very nice detail for a beginning router user. I know this is a limited time show so my comment is maybe not pertinent. When you referred to using a pattern for putting a rectangular glass behind a picture, it would have been nice to give quick reference to how to do that. A second thing is that the picture is so grainy that details are very difficult to see. I have an IMAC, 27 in using the most up to date OS. One other thing, I would have liked to here more specific comments on the routers with 4 screws into the base plate.

    Thanks for doing what you do. You guys are the absolute best.

    Thanks for your comments Jim,

    The grainy picture is a trade off with the different bandwidth on the Internet. We have one other solution it is called the High Res video on a flash drive but it requires the use of the windows PC computer.

  3. Herman Nagursky on January 6th, 2012 3:25 pm

    Your first show was just great. Learned several thing that I thought I knew but
    really didn’t.
    The problem I have is that when I want to sign in on your web site it tells in that my e-mail address does not exist”and my pass word also doesn’t exist. get you send me e-mail at my address. Can this be fixed.
    The password protected area is for the paid membership watching the videos…Rick

  4. Bill Hertwig on January 6th, 2012 6:39 pm

    I liked your first free video. I have been a big fan of the Router Workshop for several years now when it was on television and have purchased your router table which is great. Suggestion: It would be helpful to the viewers to have a top down video view to see exactly what you are doing so we can duplicate those moves instead of face view of the routing as everything is reversed to us and it is very confusing. Case in point, when you did inside routing, it is difficult to determine if you went counter clockwise or clockwise when you made your routing cuts. Thanks for bring the router to life all of your router tips and tricks.

  5. Bob West on January 6th, 2012 8:09 pm

    I would like to let you know that you talk far to fast I know you are trying to get a lot in within a short period of time but for the beginer it’s to fast

    Thanks for the comments but you can watch the video over and over if need be. With TV we have the time constraints where everything needs to be done in 26.46 minutes…my suggestion is to watch it more times and focus on one new concept each time…Rick