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The nice thing about round corners and routers is that the automatically make them round. In this case you could make a frame that you follow with the router on the inside. if you use a bushing guide, the frame can be smaller since it will sit under the router as it follows. if you don't use the bushing, you need to add the distance from the bit to the ...


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Can I safely and reliably change the collet of the router to accept a 6.35mm tool without compromising safety? Probably. It would help to know what router you're working with, but we can at least say that routers from all major brands use removable collets so that you swap the collet to use different bit sizes. That may not be true for very small routers, ...


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how do I determine which one to use for any given router bit? You don't need a bushing at all unless you're using some sort of template to guide the cut. When you do use one, choose the size of the bushing according to the offset you want between the template and the cutter. Your choice will therefore depend on the template or jig that's guiding the router, ...


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