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Rout no-fuss inlay grooves

Rout no-fuss inlay grooves

Decorative inlays add striking contrast and an air of quality to projects. Using a trim router, as shown, helps you get into tighter, narrower surfaces—such as aprons attached to table legs. Follow a straightedge or attach an edge guide to the router’s base to ensure dead-straight grooves. Use a straight bit or downcut spiral bit.

 

 


 
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