|Routing a groove
or dado from edge-to-edge or end-to-end in the face of a workpiece
is easy on the router table. Just position your fence to locate the
cut, and then pass the workpiece from right to left over the bit.
But what happens if you need to rout a groove or dado that stops
short of the end or edge of the workpiece? This is called a stopped
cut. And you can rout stopped cuts easily on the router table using
the techniques demonstrated in this short video.
To get more shop-proven tips and techniques for using a router
table, pick up a copy of the June 2006 issue of Workbench.