Woodworking Tips: Router – Chip Free Flush Trimming

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Woodworking Tips: Router – Demonstrating on cathedral raised-panel doors, George Vondriska teaches you how to flush trim a curved piece of wood to a pattern template using an Ultimate Trim Bit on the router table. His expert woodworking technique and this specialized router bit will guarantee you a smooth, chip-free cut on both the downhill and uphill sides of a curve.
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  • Tony Herrera
    May 8, 2016

    For a 1/4" flush trim bit, how much overlap should I leave with the band saw?

  • stefan fourie
    May 8, 2016

    I guess cut quality depend on wood being cut. Is wood in video oak?

  • Dennis Adams
    May 8, 2016

    The guy stopped the video before he got to the end of the end grain cut. This is where you get chip out and he did not show it. He could have shown the climb cut going backwards into this end. Plus he could introduce the pin in the table

  • Luis Kremer
    May 8, 2016

    traducir al español   gracias luis

  • John Sprofera
    May 8, 2016

    When I'm using my pattern bit I'm getting a initial kickback when easing the wood into the bit. The bearing is on bottom of the bit also it's not a compression bit so I be using a compression bit for all my pattern bits?

  • Mostapha Andalos
    May 8, 2016

    Wow great

  • athena128551
    May 8, 2016

    great idea…thanks for the tip

  • Sodabowski
    May 8, 2016

    Wow great cut quality for sure!