The Router | Woodworking Basics

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Intro: The Router | Woodworking Basics

In this Doing it With Jason video i show you some wood Router basics and how to use a router for general purposes. This Router is for wood working not net working ? and is a huge tool of the trade. Definitely a top 5 in the guy stuff and girl stuff must have catagory!

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Step 1: Step 1

Anyone, male or female has the ability to use a router.

Step 2: Step 2

We are not talking about computer routers...

Step 3:

We are talking about these! Woodworking routers are the best. There are so many things you can build using them. Some say the router is the only tool that you really need! Let me know what you think!

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