Router Basics with Colin Knecht   Web Seminar Download

Router Basics with Colin Knecht Web Seminar Download

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Join Colin Knecht for a Recorded Web Seminar on Router Basics

This one hour recorded power point presentation will help novice router woodworkers understand the features and purposes of the router and provide information on how best to use it.

With a strong emphasis on safety, Colin will start off with router types and their features and when and why they are used. Also, he will discuss bits and bit types and their uses, then move into using the router both freehand and in a router table.

Discover everything you need to know with all the easy-to-follow router information provided during this webinar. Join Colin as helps woodworkers new to routing to be more confident and safe with their routers through a better understanding and knowledge of the process.

About the Host:

Colin has been a woodworker all his life; even from an early age, he enjoyed the creativity of working with wood. His first formal instruction came in high school when he was fortunate to be taught by a master woodworker. The teacher believed woodworking was more than making sanding blocks and door stops by coaching the students to make actual furniture. During the 3 years of furniture making, Colin also took one year of boat building where they built 2 boats - a 14-foot runabout and a 16-foot sailboat. During this time he also took house construction where they built a 2-bedroom, 1,000 square foot house. This high level of early instruction formed the backbone of his lifelong knowledge and woodworking understanding. Throughout his career, Colin has also worked for years in the photography industry and spent many years in the high technology industry and all the while has spent his lifetime doing public speaking, training and presenting. These skills and knowledge are all now being brought together in his partnership business of and the associated YouTube channel to help and share knowledge with other new woodworkers and experienced woodworkers.