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  Question: What is the Router-Ease Guide?
Answer: The Router-Ease Guide is a double fence guiding system that controls the cut of the router bit. It functions with a router sub-base that rides along the inside of the guide and/or stop arms by providing fixed surfaces that control the cut to be made with the router.
The Router-Ease Guide is a patented tool, the only tool of its kind to be found on the market today.

  Question: Is it a hand-held tool?
Answer: Yes, and its portable so it can travel with you to any job site.

  Question: How does it work with my project?
Answer: The Router-Ease Guide has built in clamps that allow you the opportunity to immediately clamp onto material stock.  It acts as an adjustable router template providing precision cuts every time.
The Router-Ease Guide provides width adjustments that enable you to make router cuts of various and desired widths.
The double fence guiding system allows for control in both the longitudinal and transverse directions.

  Question: What are some of the features of the Router-Ease Guide?
Answer: One of its key features is the ability to make duplicate cuts accurately.
Quickly clamps on to your material stock.
Allows for quick and easy adjustments.
The dual fence guiding system pivots for angular cuts.

  Question: What are some of the benefits of the Router-Ease Guide?
Answer: The Router-Ease Guide is a value-added tool to an existing tool commonly used in the woodworking field.
The Router-Ease Guide eliminates the need for additional tools such as a table saw with stacked dado blades.

  Question: What kind of cuts can I perform with my router and the Router-Ease Guide?
Answer: The Router-Ease Guide allows you to perform many cuts such as full dado, blind dado, custom dado, rabbet joints, hinge butts, mortising cuts and other custom cuts determined by varying the jig size.

  Question: What material is the tool made from?
Answer: The track, guide arms and stop arms are made from aluminum while the guide blocks and the slide blocks are comprised of glass-filled nylon for strength and longevity.

  Question: Who purchases a Router-Ease Guide?
Answer: The Router-Ease Guide interests anyone from the weekend hobbyist to the professional. Anyone using a router benefits from the Router-Ease Guide.

  Question: What types of applications support the use of the Router-Ease Guide?
Answer: The Router-Ease Guide supports the simplest of cuts such as dado cuts, rabbet cuts, mortises, etc., to recessed cuts for hardware installation and the Router-Ease Guide simplifies duplicate routing operations.

  Question: How does a Router-Ease Guide work?
Answer: The Router-Ease Guide works in conjunction with a 5/8" sub-base attached to your existing router. The sub-base circle rides along the inside walls of the Router-Ease Guides adjusted shape and opening.

  Question: Do the different size Router-Ease Guides work the same?
Answer: Yes, but sometimes there is a need for a larger version of the standard 24" tool.

 
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