But not sideways for lateral cutting, right?
On 2021-06-10 4:04 a.m., Ed Minch wrote:
> My Stanley (later with depth adjusgter) allows yhou to remove the
> blade and holding thingy and flip them so the blade is out front
> Ed Minch
>> On Jun 10, 2021, at 3:01 AM, Don Schwartz > <mailto:dks@t...>> wrote:
>> I'm not positive I'm right about this ( there are so many ways to be
>> wrong! ), but I think that the lateral cutting ability of the large
>> LV router makes it a rare bird. It can cut to within 1/8in or so of a
>> vertical surface, as you might do when repairing an old chest whose
>> drawers have worn ruts in the blades upon which they are resting.
>> With a slightly wider custom blade, you may be able to cut flush to a
>> vertical. The only other router I know of which may be able to do
>> that is a large Preston.
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