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Frank
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  • 3 weeks later...

I can maybe help as I have a ton of router bits and a router table.

However, in order to find out if I can help I need to know how much material you need to take off. Meaning, how far from the existing hole edge will you need to cut in order to counter sink the woofer.

also.. what is the thickness of the wood you are working with? The bit has a bearing on it but if the wood is too thin then there will be nothing for the bearing to follow when you lower the bit to cut the countersink?

get it?? even if you don't, post up the measurements..


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