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Yes you can. You probably would want to do some test cuts in the wood that you are using.
If your worktop is hardwood then each pass will have to be maximum 1/8". It will take many passes depending on the thickness of the worktop. This is assuming that a carbide bit is being used. The smaller the diameter of the bit the less resistance. Also using a 1/4" shank on the bit and the HP of the router determines how fast the router will cut.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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