Best Routers for Table Mounting

Ways to mount the compatible router under the table.

The router is undoubtedly the second most important tool in the modern workshops, next only to the contemporary table saw. But let’s cut through the nonsense and try to figure out if the router you have been eyeing or using is the best for table mounting. Remember that this post is not about brands, but … Read more

Carving Letters in Wood With Router

Routing letters and words on wood.

Wooden numbers and letters can be cut for making wooden crafts; you can create a home sign from a plain piece of wood. You can add a personal touch to a boring wood or chest box by carving letters or design into it. A plunge router enables you to be a master of carving- the … Read more

What Does A Router Table Do?

How to use router table.

Do you really need a router table in your workshop? If your answer is—yes, you are right. Maybe you are one of those DIYers who have already known the value of a router table. Yet, if you’re a newbie who has not yet bought or own a router table, it will help if you provide … Read more

How to Cut Straight Line with Router

Cutting Groove Straight Line.

With almost everything in life, mastery comes with learning. Not surprisingly, the same logic applies to woodwork. Therefore, as a new, or maybe longtime wood and craft enthusiast, acquiring further knowledge in the field is crucial. Thankfully you’ve taken the first step towards learning more. This article will give you insight into how to cut … Read more

Cutting Small Circles With A Router

Of course, any dedicated woodworker can cut large circles using a handsaw, jigsaw, or a router. Yet, if you want a real circle, you should use a router that comes with a spiral or straight bit.  The circles created by the router require less edge cleanup. Additionally, when cutting smaller circles using a router, I … Read more