Climb Cutting Don T Believe The Naysayers

Climb Cutting Don T Believe The Naysayers Power Tools

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Climb-cutting sounds like an X Games sporting event, but there's nothing extreme about it.The technique, in which you move the router in the same direction that the bit wants to pull it, gets a bad rap as being unsafe.

But it's a legitimate practice that every woodworker should use—in the right places...

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