I thought I posted this question, maybe it was removed, so Ill try once again.
OUtdoor bar, Im using oak plywood(yes, I know its a no no, but with 8-10 coats of spar varnish, it held up fine for 2 years, redoing it again)
anyway, I dont have an extensive set of router bits, newcomer and all, but I think with basic roundover, cove and rabbitting bit, I can do some sort of decent bar moulding. I have some leftover oak, another no no, but it wil be varnished also, and it just looks so good stained.
Any tricks or clues on how I should proceed to cut this.
The stock is 3/4" x 3 inch. (I can glue up 2 pieces if I need too)
and if any of the experts read this, Id like to ask another quesiton about routers here.
I have a dewalt router, cant recall the model offhand, its the one that comes in with the 3 bases, plunge router base, stationary, and pistol grip, in a set. Regardless, after owning it for approx one year, it stopped working, and to start up with dewalt wasnt worth it. I brought it locally and had it repaired. Cost me 90 something bucks.
I was informed I shouldnt use an extension cord, when using a router? Why is this?(wasnt the cause of the damage, since I never used one)