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Apr 17, 2012 How to Use a Router for Woodworking Beginners - Bob Vila At its most basic, a router is used to “rout out,” or hollow out, a hole or groove in a piece of wood, metal, or plastic, producing finished edges, cutaways, curved contours, and precise holes Learn Router Tool Basics — The Family Handyman