Re: Woodworking classes

Protect hearing when using the router!!! Pay particular attention to the direction of the router bit rotation when facing different directions. A right/correct/typical cutting direction has the sharp edge of the bit entering the edge of the board and a "climb cut" moves in the opposite direction that tends to try to push the wood away from the tool. Handy for some things but can be tricky.
On Wed, 04 Apr 2007 17:32:14 -0500, shawn

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snipped-for-privacy@vcoms.net wrote:

Yes, I have read that protective hearing is pretty much needed whenever you are using any power tool with wood.

Thanks for the tip.
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After you've been here for a while, you'll find that most don't reply to every single person who answers their questions. Unless you want to ask a followup to a specific poster it's sufficient to post a general thanks to all. Online etiquette is a little different than face to face :-).
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