[hackspacebristol] Hackspacebristol and Wood Routing

Tom Gardner tggzzz+hs at gmail.com
Tue Sep 23 15:24:32 UTC 2014

For that I would guess a handheld router was sufficient. A table router
might do a better job in non-expert hands (or a faster job in expert
hands), but it can also do things like this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7sRrC2Jpp4  particularly the first 10s and
after 2:30

Given the lathes and unenclosed milling machines, if I'm not using the
machine myself then I like to be the other side of a good solid wall. (cf
comments in today's G10 thread)

On 23 September 2014 15:16, John <john at the-obyrnes.com> wrote:

> I'm a new member and I am in the process of sorting out some spare space in
> my house for storage,  I was going to screw shelving supports into the
> walls
> but discovered one wall is a partition wall so after some thought as I am
> planning to put some heavy stuff on the lower shelves, I thought I'd make a
> wooden 'bookcase' style shelves (has the added advantage that they could be
> easily moved), my plan in to use a router to try and join the sides, top,
> and shelves, all new techniques to me, so I am browsing the internet and it
> seems that router and bits are only the start, a router table is suggested
> - my question is, does the hackerspace do much woodworking and if so, has
> it
> a router table?
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