Woodworking Tips: Router – Versatility of a Panel Saw and Router Combo Machine

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Woodworking Tips: Router – Most people think you can only use a panel saw to crosscut sheet stock. Today in the workshop, though, George Vondriska demonstrates some of the handy woodworking techniques you can employ with a combination panel saw and router machine. You can crosscut and make repetitive cuts on large sheets of plywood like you would on a miter saw, and create perfect rabbets, through dadoes and stop dadoes like you would with a router.
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  • evilpudd
    June 14, 2016

    that is awesome. makes me jealous

  • jchinderle
    June 14, 2016

    yikes, how far out of concentric were those threaded holes on the mounting thumb screws?

  • ishortland
    June 14, 2016

    Wouldn't let's say a Festool saw, router, guide rail and extractor be far more versatile, totally portable, much cheaper, just as good cut quality etc. and would take up very little space compared to this contraption so perfect for a small workshop or onsite work?

  • Ignacio Fernandez
    June 14, 2016

    very good machine !!! Might you tell me where to get or how to make the laser guide … thank you very much

  • Selandry1
    June 14, 2016

    Nice video. Great tool if you have the room. I had to go with the track saw because my shop is small.

  • Capil Koon Koon
    June 15, 2016

    Great videos keep up the goodbwork

  • poptya
    June 15, 2016

    This is the same way we cut lumber at Lowes :)

  • Richard Kowalski
    June 15, 2016

    cool

  • Spitfire Carpentry
    June 15, 2016

    i echo all previous comments, this is a great workhorse for mass produced re-petitve items not really for the small time woodworker. You can achieve the same cuts with the "you know who German guide rail system" ?? for a fraction of the price, and also keep your limited floorspace free for more sawdust projects!!

  • Dusan Brestovansky
    June 15, 2016

    LOve it. Too bad for my occasional woodworking it's too expensive. But gave me some ideas… Keep up good job George. Thank you for video.

  • Al Breit
    June 15, 2016

    Nice job George, didn't realize that this could be so versatile in the shop. I believe this could be something that could be built at home in the shop with a little work.

  • American Infidel
    June 15, 2016

    Very cool, good review. Wish I could afford one, I may attempt to build a crosscut version, my circular saw could drop right in.. without all the other bells and whistles

  • dennydenco
    June 15, 2016

    George, Would you be willing to put together some plans for a home built model? No way I could afford this one, yet I work with plywood a lot and would love to have something like this. Waddya say?

  • Backyard Woodworking
    June 15, 2016

    Be great for a cabinet shop. A little out of my price range I'm afraid. Good video though George. Thanks

  • wayne creech
    June 15, 2016

    I'd like to build one…

  • GarageWoodworks
    June 15, 2016

    Nice presentation George. I could definitely use that. Now only if I had the cash and the room for it. (sigh)

  • Dorothy Smith
    June 15, 2016

    Building a simple table with minimal tools and 16000 plans.
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  • Cindy E. Singleton
    June 15, 2016

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