Paul Sellers’ Poor Man’s Hand Router


Sellers shows in this short video how to make a ‘ Man’s ’. This is a router that helps with cutting housings, dados, tenons and other recesses. It helps guarantee a consistent depth of cut. To find out more about Paul Sellers and the projects he is involved with visit: paulsellers.com Thanks for watching!
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    • hpvhomebuilder
    • January 16, 2013

    Brilliant A very useful tutorial. Cheers Paul

    • vipervnm
    • January 16, 2013

    I just used this in a pinch to hollow out a spot for my sharpening stones. It worked perfectly and surprisingly precisely! What a fantastic idea. Thanks!

    • MrRdillon65
    • January 16, 2013

    Thanks Pual, it’s a lot faster than trying to find (and setup) the router!

    • 2Phast4Rocket
    • January 16, 2013

    Great handmade tool. I already have a router and I frequently use it for making dados. However, I can see the usefulness of this tool like a shoulder plane for fine tuning tenons especially when I cut them slightly too thick. But I already made a handmade shoulder plane using an old iron and some hard maple lumber stock.

    • John Coyne
    • January 16, 2013

    came In super handy today, thanks!

    • jaxplane
    • January 16, 2013

    Paul, how do you make sure chisel is parallel with bottom of “dado”??

    • lclement4
    • January 16, 2013

    Paul, you’re a genius! Now I don’t have to buy a router plane right away. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us.

    • Ticky66MN
    • January 16, 2013

    What a great idea. I read the article about your new school in AWW. Great article, I admire what you’re doing and your approach of “Giving Back”. Thank you!

    • jake gevorgian
    • January 16, 2013

    Thank you so much Paul! 🙂 

    • SprotKala
    • January 16, 2013

    Thank you!

    • deezynar
    • January 16, 2013

    That’s too easy.

    • sigung01
    • January 16, 2013

    Thanks Paul

    • bl4ck0p
    • January 16, 2013

    nifty

    • Tim Dahn
    • January 16, 2013

    Thank you Paul, very handy tool and looks easy yo make.

    • learnerlearns
    • January 16, 2013

    THANK YOU!
    I’ve been wondering about that for some time now!

    By the way, our friend LOVES the DVD / book set of yours we got him for his birthday!
    His wife said, “He’d rather watch that than football!”

    • pappamcgoo
    • January 16, 2013

    Thanks Paul , i will be making one deffo.

    • podedim
    • January 16, 2013

    this is very boring if you’re not doing it! hahahah EPIC.. You Sir are the Master of Internet Woodworkers!

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