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Old 11-10-2012, 12:09 AM
whitejacket whitejacket is offline
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Default SSRK Instructions

Here are the current SSRK Instructions

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Old 11-11-2012, 09:55 AM
Lex Lex is offline
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Good instructions on assembling the tool, but how about another section of basic info on using it? I grasp the overall concept, but how specifically do I use it for edge profiling or routing a dado or groove? Where to I position the track and how do I position the router for the cut? For example, some table saw manuals have a section on how to set up the saw for a typical crosscut using the miter gauge, a rip cut using the fence, and a dado cut. For example, see pages 66-84 in the manual for the Bosch 4100-09 portable table saw. You can download the manual directly from Bosch here (type 4100-09 in the box for model number, then scroll down for the link to the owner's manual).
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Old 11-11-2012, 01:53 PM
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Another excellent set of instructions. I especially like the idea of marking the router base and the SSRK base for router orientation. I usually just drill another hole thru the router and the SSRK base. As with all our tools we need to add a bunch of 'How to" information. Perhaps a series of pamphlets with a pamphlet tuned to each tool. This is all going to take time.

Again, Thanks Joe, for another super job.

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