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Ralph Jones
27th Aug 2004, 09:34 PM
Good Evening Friends,
Routing an edge profile on delicate workpieces can cause bad tearout and even ruin a valuable piece.

What can you do to eliminate this from happening?

Respectfully,

fxst
27th Aug 2004, 10:01 PM
pay a professional.................
or again with the right currency(reds etc) call on termite ......profiles chewed while u wait
Pete

journeyman Mick
27th Aug 2004, 10:14 PM
Use a moulding plane of course!

Derek Cohen :D :eek: (Mick ;) )

RETIRED
27th Aug 2004, 10:26 PM
Better yet Mick. Send it to Derek and let him do it. :D

Ralph Jones
28th Aug 2004, 09:38 PM
Good Evening Friends,
I head off this problem by using a technique borrowed from ripping plywood, where a scoring blade is sometimes used.

Before I even plug in the router I scribe a line along the workpiece edge, scoring the material at the height to match the bit. A marking gauge fitted with a steel cutter rather than the pin, makes the scoring task easier.

Respectfully,

echnidna
28th Aug 2004, 09:58 PM
Though if you are using a power feeder a simple climb cut does the job.