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273923 Don Schwartz <dks@t...> 2021‑06‑11 Re: Stanley 71 #photo-notice
For clarity, I should have said 'cutting parallel to a vertical 
surface'. That's what I meant by 'lateral'.


On 2021-06-10 6:04 p.m., David Sobel via groups.io wrote:
> My 70-1/2 has a groove on both sides of the post.  I can face the blade
outboard mounted to the back of the post, and cut right up to a vertical
surface. Maybe I am just using it wrong?https://groups.io/g/oldtools/photo/26424
6/3229238?p=Created,,,20,2,0,0David SobelDon 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.Sent from my Galaxy

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