On Sun, 06 Mar 2005 19:44:11 -0500, Jim Smith wrote:
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1. Take partial cut(s) to final depth
2. Make sure bit is <sharp> (not some cheap pos)...
3. Higher rotational speed may help if it's a small diameter bit
4. Try to control the grain direction in the piece your routing and use
In addition to the other suggestions, sometimes a little climb cut on the
back end will be enough to eliminate the tearout when you make the cut in
the proper direction. Use care and a very light touch.
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