Re: End bar router blowout
Quality of cut with a router is a factor of feed speed and depth of cut. This means speed of the cuter. the rate at which you feed the material and how much material you are attempting to remove. Note slower is not always better. correct is best. How to decide what is best is a subject far beyond what I will post here. Join a woodworking forum.
Originally Posted by hex0rz
Here is a hint though. I cut my tapers with a dado blade. I don't consider the router the correct tool for the job.
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