While most of this web site seems to be devoted to the Kreg Jig, Kreg does have other very fine products as well. Over the last couple of days I have been using oak plywood for a project, and I want it as right as I can get it, and to cover the plywood edges I am using 1/4' X 3/4" oak trim. My Kreg fence allows me to use the router table as a jointer and so I decided to put it to the test. Using a spiral bit in the router and setting the fence to take 1/32 off, it put a clean smooth face on the edge of the ply wood. I ran a test piece of 3/4" birch through and measuring with a vermeer caliper I found that it trimmed exactly 1/32 off. When I started to fit the trim, I found that it was wider than the plywood and the router did an excellent job of trimming that to the desired width. And I was going to spend a $1000.00 for an 8" jointer!!! THANK YOU KREG. Your router table and precision fence is a great investment
P.S. Is there anyone else using the Kreg router table and fence??
Just as an after thought, something else that you might find usefull (if you have not already got them) are a couple of books from the Woodsmith/ Shopnotes people. One is the Router Workshop and the other is Router Table Secrets. Obviously there are likely many other books that are as good or maybe even better. Lots of good stuff in these two though.