This little Lazy Susan should knock some of the dust off your router and put it to good use. I used a router for two different operations on this project: first, to cut the exposed spline joints for the frame, and then to cut the frame into a circle.
However, I have to admit that the router needs a little help in order to get this project under way.
To cut the grooves for the splines (that join the eight pieces for the frame together), I used the router table shown in Woodsmitk No. 20. 1 also used the new Sears combination edge guide and trammel point attachment (No. 9 HT 25179) to rout the circles on the frame.
Armed with these two attachments and I was ready to cut some wood.
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