router joinery




Routers can be used to cut a wide variety of joints quickly and accurately. In this video, professional woodworker Gary Rogowski demonstrates router joinery techniques that can be mastered by any woodworker. You'll learn why correct setup and good stock preparation are essential to accurate work, and you'll see how to cut common frame and carcase joints using a hand-held or table-mounted router.

You'll see how to rout:
rabbets, dadoes and grooves
half-laps
mortise-and-tenon joints
loose-tenon joints
half-blind and through dovetails
sliding dovetails