DominickDiy teaches you how to use a wood router. You figure out what and how you will use it for by looking at it and adjusting the blade. Then lock it into place and you're ready to cut. The piece of wood you'll be working on should be on top of a piece of rubber mat, so that the wood doesn't slip. You also don't want the router to slip, as it might injure you or cut a wrong way. You go from a rip to a cross cut, when going from one side to another, via a corner. So one time you will be pushing the router and then you'll be pulling it. Once you're done, you can use a bit of sandpaper to finish off the piece of wood.
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