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February is coming…

January 25, 2012 by  
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Web_Safety_Guide_PinCutoutToday’s router tip is about using the safety guide pin. Any time that you are trying to put a molded edge on the irregular project piece you need to use the safety guide pin as a safe support device. That is just simple common sense.

That’s it for today…

Next is to address that the month of January is just about to it’s conclusion and it time to download the February calendar month. February Calendar 2012

Here is the simple audio Router Tip from Mr. Round Bits.

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What is the size of the router table?

January 19, 2012 by  
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Got a question about the router table on the show today, thanks Joe for the question.

So hear goes the answer…

What is the size of the router table?

web_Straight_bitsThe router table on the show is 16″ wide X 30″ long and 18″ high. The router table has built in router bit and guide storage plus the offset of the base plate in the top is designed to locate the router on the table for new set ups, which makes the height of the router easy to make changes and set ups. Remember to always unplug the router before making the new router set ups.

Next, remember you need very small table fences because all the cutting is done at the router bit and the only reason for the router fence is to allow the project piece on and off the router bit. Any additional table fence justĀ  adds a hindrance to cut the project piece.

The floor height of the router table is 6″ lower than your bent elbow when standing straight up…and yes everybody is different. This is not a one size fits all woodworker solution. Don’t let anybody tell you different.

Another video clip…

January 17, 2012 by  
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Well here is my second attempt…

Today I have just finished the second attempt at the learning video and boy does this segment have a ton of good information. I have also added an outline of what to watch for in the front and a quiz at the end of the clip. This is the second clip from the first free video. Click here to watch today’s video clip..

Click here to watch the whole show with no quiz…

And as always constructive comments are welcomed…

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Test your knowledge…

January 9, 2012 by  
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I have taken a segment out of the first video and added a quiz at the beginning and end of the video…Click here to watch the video and test your knowledge…

Once you are done with the video and quiz use the comment section to give me you opinion on the quiz feature, is it a good idea or bad idea with constructive comments…

First show is complementary…

January 6, 2012 by  
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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.
http://www.routerworkshop.net/10193274/101.flv
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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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.

Starting in 2012…

January 5, 2012 by  
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Starting in 2012…

Tomorrow is going to be the first free show of the Router Workshop. Yes, you heard right I will be posting one new show per month for free viewing. All that I ask is for you to add constructive comments about the show in the comment section of the post. Each new show will be posted in the first week of the new month for 2012. January 6th will be the first complementary TRW episode.

web_Straight_bitsTo complete today tip I am introducing Mr. Straight Bits with his quick tip of the day.

So here goes….click the audio player to hear Mr. Straight Bits talk about his first tip of the year.

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If you have not yet received our January Calendar follow this link to get your copy, January Calendar 2012

2012 January Calendar is here…

December 31, 2011 by  
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Well it is December 31, 2011 and I hope all of you are ready to usher in the new year 2012. A lot has happen in 2011 for Dad and I, and we hope 2012 will be as good as 2011. Hope all is well for each of you following my blog and as a gift I have the first calendar month for 2012 here for you. Click the link to the right to get our January calendar, January Calendar 2012.

Thanks to all who have been following us in 2011 and look forward to working with you in 2012.

Happy New Year,

Bob and Rick

Mr. Round Bits…

December 28, 2011 by  
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Web_MascotWell 2012 New Year is just about upon us and we here have been working hard on the new calendar for 2012. We are ready to launch the month of January, which will have one new caricature, a audio router tip, the monthly calendar and a link to the Router Workshop membership.

To begin with I am going to add to this post the January mascot, and the audio of the Router Tip. Click here to get the January_Calendar_2012

Note, please pass these PDF calendar’s out to friends and relatives interested in woodworking. We welcome your comments on this phase of the making of the new calendar…Click on the audio player below to listen to the short router tip.

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Happy Holidays…

December 18, 2011 by  
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Dad and I want to wish everyone Happy Holidays…

And for those that don’t know what to give for the holidays we would like to give you an opportunity to get the Router Workshop Membership as a stocking stuffer for December 25th.

We have a 30 % discount coupon on the entire router course, Click here to join our membership.

Again Happy Holidays to everyone…

Bob and Rick

Holidays are getting closer…

December 3, 2011 by  
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Holidays are getting closer…

Yes it is that time again and as usual I am pitching about the idea of making custom boxes using my box calculators. I have two different ones and if you know how to make the boxes then you can just go to the free box calculator and use it to make the material list for your custom calculator…

801 Inlaid China Chest,

Well today we have finished our second dynamic box calculator. This box calculator is made using the construction details from the episode 801 called the Inlaid China Chest. To see the calculator follow this link.

To purchase the PDF plan and Episode 801 Video on the construction process follow this link.

103 The Magic Box,

This product is a old favorite that was used to create many Paint Boxes for hundreds of woodworkers over the years. This box was used as the mainstay of products create in many live seminars over the years. To see the Magic box calculator, click this link.

You can purchase the PDF plan and video episode for 103 by following this link.

Today I am featuring one of Mike McGrath’s recipes

Today I am featuring one of Mike McGrath’s recipes for biscuits as the receipt in a jar, yes that is the idea build boxes that hold a certain size of jar then add the receipt in the jar and add to your custom boxes.

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