The router, for its simple design, is one of the most versatile tools you can own. You can shape decorative profiles, cut grooves, flush-trim, raise panels, and cut almost any joint. In the Complete Illustrated Guide to Routers, youll learn how to unleash this versatility by choosing the appropriate bit, and guiding the cut in the proper manner. Youll also learn that while a multitude of bits are available, a few essential bits will enable you to accomplish many of your routing tasks. More than 800 photo and drawings show you how to use and care for your router and how to get the most from it. In addition to mastering the use of your router, youll also learn about router tables, and how to make one that works perfectly in your shop. 240 pages. Contents: Section 1: Choosing Routers and Accessories Making a Custom Baseplate Making a Straight-Sided Baseplate Constructing an Edge Guide Router Maintenance Section 2: All About Bits Changing Bits Changing Bearings Adjusting a Stacking Bit Section 3: Router Tables A Simple Fence A Jointing Fence An L Fence Zero-Clearance Fence Support Stand A Two-Dollar Top Making a Sled Section 4: Common Cuts Plunge Cut with Edge Guide Internal Cut with Guide Bushing Baseplate as Guide Bearing as Guide Making Stop-Cuts Shaping Edges Shaping Narrow Ends Using a Starting Pin Cove Cut on the Router Table Routing Small Parts Section 5: Routing Edging and Molding Bullnose in Two Cuts Edge Bead Edge with Fence Beveling Curved Edges Molding on Face Complex Molding Complex Molding II Built-Up Molding Arched Molding Face Arched Molding Edge Section 6: Flush-Trimming Flush-Trimming Face Frames Flush-Trimming a Curve Flush-Trimming Interior Section 7: Router Joinery Stopped Groove Panel Groove Two-Pass Groove Tongue and Groove Rabbet with Straight Bit Dedicated Rabbet Bit Lap Joint Freehand Routing Dovetails Shopmade Dovetail Jig Sliding Dovetail Half-Blind Dovetails with Porter Cable Omni Jig Through Dovetails with Katie Jig Half-Blind Dovetails with the Akeda Jig Glue Joint Mortise Tenon with Jig Tenon on the Router Table Lock Miter Splined Miter Birds Mouth Box Joint Section 8: Doors and Drawers Door Bit Set Reversible Door Bit Adjustable Door Bit Set Coped Mortise and Tenon Arched Door with Cope and Stile Bits Sash Door Arched Light Sash Door Raised Panel Raised Curved Panel Lipped Door Edge Lock Mortise Sliding Dovetail Drawers Section 9: Routing with Templates Internal Cut Curve with Template Flush-Trimming Tight Curves Internal Rabbet with Template Corner Shelf Scalloped Top Section 10: Special Shaping Operations Fluting Pilaster with Handheld Router Small Stock on Router Table Fluted Quarter Columns Dishing Routing a Dished Tabletop About the Author: Lonnie Bird is a master woodworker and teacher who has written numerous furniture making and woodworking books for The Taunton Press. He has also been a a contributing editor for Fine Woodworking Magazine and American Woodworker.
The interchangeable insert for standard guide bushings features a 1-1/4" opening. The 4" OD allows this insert to fit into a standard plate with a 3-1/4" opening.Fits the following Rockler Router Table Plates: Rockler Router Plate AMakita 1100Milwaukee 5615-5624DeWalt 616-618Bosch 1617- 161Rigid 2930 Combo KitHitachi M12VC (Fixed & Kit)Bosch MRC23EVSKPorter Cable 690Porter Cable 890Porter Cable 7529Porter Cable 97529Porter Cable 8529Rockler Router Plate BDeWalt DW621DeWalt DW621KCraftsman StandardFreud FT 1700EFreud 1702 VCEK
This array of router bases allows minimum space between cutter and material which gives increased stability and control.Opening in sizes 1-5/8", 2" and 2-1/2"are offered in clear polycarbonate material. The 1-1/8" version is the Porter Cable replacement part for your 690 router and is solid black or and is not clear (#88923). The 1-1/8" replacement base accepts guide bushings.
With both top- and bottom-mounted bearings, this beading bit lets you cut further into the panel, and in a variety of configurations, both freehand and in a table. It also doubles as a 1/4" round over bit - just raise the bit until only the bottom radius is exposed. Two flutes and 5/8" bearings. Top quality bits that meet the high demands of Rockler Woodworking and Hardware.