The CRB7 Edging Trim Kit is designed to work with the MPower CRB7 Multi-Function Router Base (45924, sold separately). Together, they give you the ability to trim solid wood edging or edging tape without having to balance your router on the narrow edge of the material. Instead, the edging trim kit includes a bearing guide that runs against the narrow edge, while the router bit is moved up and down to adjust the depth of cut, according to how close you would like to trim. This allows extremely close trimming of edging, which means minimal sanding.Technical Details:Trims edging with a lip of up to 1/4".Bearing guide runs on the narrow edge of the material, so your router can rest on the wide face.Works with the MPower CRB7 Multi-Function Router Base (45924, sold separately). What's in the Box?(1) M-Power CRB7 Edging Trim Kit
Each guide bar is composed of two interlocking plastic bars that adjust laterally to the exact width of your miter slot to stabilize your jigs. Guide bars are easily calibrated from the top of jigs and fixtures and are easy to retrofit. Includes two guide bars, two ZeroPlay stops and assembly hardware as well as plans to build a table saw crosscutting jig with off cut deflector, jointing fence alignment jig for the router table, and hold-down clamps made from scrap materials.
Includes three wing slotting cutter, arbor and ball bearing. Cuts all composition materials, plywoods, hardwoods, and softwoods. Use on hand-held and table-mounted portable routers.
Routers and Router Tables edited by Randy Johnson delivers valuable information on how to choose, use, and get the most out of an existing or new router and router table! Along with shop-tested advice, this book includes complete plans for four complete router tables and routing work stations, a router lift, plus several more auxiliary fences for special operations such as raising panels and jointing edges. Also includes dozens of photo-illustrated shop tips and router table add-ons. Includes special section on amazing sliding dovetail joints, which can only be made on the router table. 240 pages.Technical Details:Edited by Randy Johnson of American Woodworker magazineTells you how to choose, use, and get the most out of an existing or new router and router tableComplete plans for four complete router tables and routing work stations, a router lift, plus several more auxiliary fences for special operationsDozens of photo-illustrated shop tips and router table add-onsSpecial section on amazing sliding dovetail joints240 pages