Router Table For Trim

Build This Simple Router Jig and Mill Your Own Molding On-Site – Fine Homebuilding

By using pre-drilled holes to attach a clamping strip, woodworkers can clamp the machine to nearly any horizontal surface for work. The table includes a 1/4-in. acrylic base pre-drilled to fit most compact routers. (877) ROCKLER, Rockler.com.
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PDT Monday and service was fully restored by 4 p.m. PDT, according to the company. The company did not specify how the tables were corrupted but did state it took additional measures “to prevent this from occurring again,” Wagner said. The company temporarily had competing registrar VeriSign to handle its DNS services during the outage. Customer information, such as credit card information, was not compromised any anytime during the outage, GoDaddy said. @AnonymousOwn3r did not immediately respond to GoDaddy’s statement.
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GoDaddy blames outage on corrupted router tables | PCWorld

As shown in the drawing, I used a scrap of 2x stock about 1 ft. long and about the width of my router’s base. I cut a lengthwise groove near the middle of the 2x, just a pinch larger than the depth and width of my molding stock. Then I used a hole saw to bore a 1-1/2-in.-dia. hole that is offset from the center of the groove. This hole accommodates the router bit, and it should be to the left of the groove as you face the jig. This is to ensurethat the router bit, which turns clockwise, will be turning into the work as you feed the stock into it.
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