stryped (in firstname.lastname@example.org)
| I am kind of new to woodworking. Would like to make a small
| entertainment center. (More like a table the tv sets on with doors
| on the bottom.
| I have a table saw. Never used a router. Is that what you use to
| bevel the edges on a cabinet door?
It's one of the tools that can be used. You can also use a saw,
jointer, or plane.
| Another dumb question, can I just use a router bit in my drill
Yes - just not for routing (I used a straight plunge bit to drill
clean holes before I found lipped brad-point drill bits.)
| Also, If I wanted to use glass in the door, what can you use to cut
| it without breaking it? Where can you buy glass?
Bzzzt! You cut glass by scoring, then _breaking_ it. You can buy glass
at <drum roll> glass stores, lumber yards, and hardware stores.
| Sorry for allt he questions. I have worked with wood and refinished
| several things but never built anythign really from scratch.
The questions to be sorry for are the ones you didn't ask. A word of
warning: the more you build, the better you'll probably become. About
the same time that you build something beautiful, you'll discover that
woodworking (especially building from scratch, and most especially
when the design is your own) can be terribly addictive.
DeSoto, Iowa USA