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question about a router for cutting grooves into acoustic diffuser structures
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August 25, 2017 - 4:43 pm
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Hey everyone!

I see that one of the required tools for the DIY diffusers is a router. So my question: is a router table required as well? I have been looking at routers, and router tables online.
I am thinking, the dimensions of the wood planks that make up the diffuser structure are simply too large to fit on a router table.

In order to keep the lines straight when cutting with a router, what is the recommended tools? Clamps and straight edges like a long 2 x 4? I am new to the carpentry side of this.

Just purchased the build plans today and am studying them with great interest. :)

Thanks!

Jason

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J, Our build plans require that you have a carpentry skill set to build . We recommend 2- 3 years wood working experience along with a well equipped shop. You will need a table saw and router table.

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