While watching an episode of "Router Workshop" (yeah, I know...), I
saw something that sorta blew me away. He was routing some dovetails,
and I expected them to come out looking pretty much like dovetails,
but they came out looking a lot different.
They ended up all rounded, almost like interlocking keyhole shapes. I
recorded the episode (PVR), but deleted it to make room for other
stuff. I now wish I'd kept it and looked at it more carefully.
Anyone see that episode that could tell me how he did that? I figure
he probably used a straight bit, following a template with
dovetail-shaped slots in it, but what do I know?
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