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Ron Fox / Ben Plewes  |  Nov 06, 2009  |  0 comments
In the first instalment of Ron Fox's Introduction to Routers, Ron takes a good look at the mid-sized router and shares some valuable information on selecting the right model for the type of work that you do.
Ron Fox / Ben Plewes  |  Nov 05, 2009  |  0 comments
Using Trend's T5 router as a starting point, Ron takes an in-depth look at the different elements that make up the modern router. There is more to the router than you might think and Ron doesn't miss a beat here. This episode covers switches, plunge depth and the little known about and often under utilised fine height adjuster that is available for some routers.s.
Ron Fox / Ben Plewes  |  Nov 04, 2009  |  0 comments
In this video Ron discusses the various accessories you can expect to make use of with your router. Ron also goes into some detail on how to get the best out of the fine adjustment mechanism that is included with some fences. In addition, Ron explains guide bushes and their use then finishes up with a look at dust extraction.
Ron Fox / Ben Plewes  |  Nov 03, 2009  |  0 comments
Ron takes an in-depth look at one of his favourite routers, the Dewalt 621K.
Ron Fox / Ben Plewes  |  Nov 02, 2009  |  0 comments
Now for in-depth look at one of the most important but underrated areas of the router – the collet. First, Ron discusses what to look for in a quality collet so that you can quickly identify what's worth having over what's not. Ron then progresses to a demonstration of how to avoid all sorts of problems when setting the collet up in your router. 
Ron Fox / Ben Plewes  |  Nov 01, 2009  |  0 comments
In this installment Ron demonstrates the correct procedure for inserting and securing a cutter in the router before accurately setting the depth. Then, finally, removing the cutter from the router.
The Woodworker  |  Jan 23, 2008  |  0 comments
This one's definately worth a watch! It's a demonstration of the Joint Genie system. We've tested the system for The Woodworker and we're thorouly impressed with it! Ralph Laughton has also but togeather an article on using the Joint Genie system which will feature in The Woodworker magazine soon.
The Woodworker  |  Dec 14, 2007  |  0 comments
Mike Morris has built a fully road legal wooden bodied car in the UK. The body is made from Mahogany strips on an Ash frame. This video shows the car in action which is now up for sale to help fund Mike's next project, a wooden truck!