Author Topic: Quarter Quarter Quarter drawers on a router table  (Read 944 times)

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Offline Joebuck

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Quarter Quarter Quarter drawers on a router table
« on: July 07, 2020, 11:19 AM »
Hello all. I’m currently without a table saw and am wondering if any of you use the router table to make drawer parts using the qqq method. It seems like it would be a perfectly acceptable alternative to a table saw/dado blade setup. Any thoughts? What bit type would suggest for reduced tear out and long service life? Alternatively, would you recommend using a drawer lock joint bit instead? Thanks in advance for your responses.

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Online 08G8V8

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Re: Quarter Quarter Quarter drawers on a router table
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2020, 06:22 PM »
I was looking into drawer build methods and came across this and also was hoping to find a way to do this on a router table vs table saw.


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