I want to make window sills for my windows. I wanted to use like a 1X 4 or 6
or make a 1x 5 and use the router to go around the edge that would be facing
the interior of the house. Something to make it a little classy? I would
stain the wood probably walnut or what ever you think best and varnish it.
Is their a router book or a router blade that you have use to make your
sills? I made kitchen cabinets 15 years ago and use a router for the doors,
but that was a while back and could practice on making it right.
Is there wood type that you would recommend ?
What type of router blade?
Has there been a router book that has been helpful in you knowledge?
Thank you Ryan email@example.com
Just a thought here Arin.
I disagree with your appraisel of 'nuther Bob's ability based upon his
statement about using a router table. It appears that the original
poster is a beginner with a router, which would make 'nuther Bob's
advice just as valid or perhaps in this instance more appropriate than
After a few months here I've found that everyone who comes here is at
different levels of knowledge, skill and competancy in their abilities
regarding everything from woodworking to starting a lawn mower. So
unless someone is absolutely wrong in their advice, perhaps it's best to
take it all with a grain of salt.
Personal 'digs' against those we don't have any personal knowledge of
are uncalled for and most certainly unecessary.
Of course. But it won't give a true "bullnose". I don't really care,
I was just a tad irritated at Arin's pompous and rude reply to 'nother
Bob who was perfectly correct in his statement.
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I've rounded over without using the table. Bearing guided bits is one
way and a straight edge clamped to the wood is another. If you start
buying router bits plan a way to store & identify them. They multiply
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