10 AMAZING picture frames you can make with REGULAR ROUTER BITS!!!!

10 AMAZING picture frames you can make with REGULAR ROUTER BITS!!!!

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    surely its reee-bates (rebate) not rabbits???

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    I was searching for a video like this!

    Thank you.

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    you can also use a bullnose bit too if you wish 🙂

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    7:05 You should make a picture frame so wide it ends up just being a frame of a frame.

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    Thanks for the insperation. A straight forward set of instructions works well. Makes me want to invest in more woodworking tools.

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    Thank you for the video and free plans also. It is much appreciated. 👍😎🇦🇺

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    Best. Ever. Period. Immediate subscription.

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    Amazing video and you made it so easy!

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    What size shank do you have on your router?

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    Excellent video. Thanks for the drawings. I remember the Woodsmith article you referenced. In fact, I made a big cherry frame with walnut inlays from that article that still hangs in our house.

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    Thank you for interesting ideas 😉

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    Hello, can you help me for the color of your frame

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    Wow. As a beginner your tips are Advanced and intrigued me to learn more. These are Amazing !

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    Hi, is there a good book (or ebook) that I can buy and that treats the molding’s argument?

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    saved me a fortune as i was thinking of buying some pattern router bits, thank you

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    Thank you so much!! This is great

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    Great tutorial on how to use routers for picture frame

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    This is an excellent presentation James.

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    I made one of these frames and the challenge was pushing around small sticks of wood through a router table. Stumpy recommends double sided tape attached to a push stick. Good quality Sellotape holding the two pieces together also worked for me.

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    Good work, thanx dor the tips, your delivery is great, informal, you have a good skill

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    James excellent content! Keep making these awesome crystal clear instructional videos!

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    Lots of great ideas, information, and instruction. Thank you.

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    From build to finish, this is the best frame making video I've seen on youtube. Excellent demonstration and explanation!

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    Great video! You really explained that complex technique very well. 🙂

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    Gracias por compartir, muy buen video

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    +1 subscribers for you stumpy nubs…

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    Thanks for the free drawings – and the brilliant tutorial (as usual!)

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    Nice video James. Thanks for the free download.

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    I agree with Mark…Thanks as always…rr

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    As always, great content! Thank you for the plans!!

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    Thank you so much for another great lesson.

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    Something I picked up from Roy Underhill at the Woodwrights Shop (PBS). You can save a lot of wear on your more complex router bits by using your table saw to cut away a lot of waste (such as rabbets & chamfers) then take the job to the router table to finish the shaping.

    If you have them, set up all your routers in tables when doing a run of molding – plenty of free plans for basic router tables out there, it saves you loosing your settings when changing bits – one router = one bit, less fuss & skinned knuckles.

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    Great idea how to make complex frames with a lower budget. One of the best woodworking channels on the web. Thank you James!!

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    Great Stuff. Thanks James

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    Some great ideas here. Another advantage I didn't hear you mention about this method is that you can build a large complex frame using a small 1/4" router since you never need a large moulding bit.

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    Thanks James..been thinking about this awhile now..

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    Thanks James, great tutorial!

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    Wow I'm surprised you haven't set up a Patreon account yet, as always great information especially for those of us who do not buy complex bits to make picture frames!

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