Assuming you already have a router ready for use, and you’re ready to start making some clean-cut perfectly smooth edges.
The only problem – you don’t know how to use a bullnose router bit.
If that’s the case, here’s all you need to know before you go on making your masterpiece.
Cutting clean, smooth edges on a narrow piece of wood is every bit as challenging as it sounds, but with a router, you can easily produce a nicely finished edge on each try.
Routers are generally used to make even, level cuts on both straight and curved edges, and can replicate the same cuts on multiple pieces of wood.