10 Best Router Parts & Accessories

List Updated May 2021

Bestselling Router Parts & Accessories in 2021


GRR-RIPPER 3D Pushblock for Table Saws, Router Tables, Band Saws, and Jointers by MICROJIG

GRR-RIPPER 3D Pushblock for Table Saws, Router Tables, Band Saws, and Jointers by MICROJIG
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021
  • 3-Directional Force for Unmatched Control of the Work piece
  • Moving-Blade-Guard Hand Protection
  • Precise 1/4" Thin Rips
  • Virtually Eliminates Kickback
  • Work with Small Stock Safely on the Table Saw, Router Table, Jointer, & Band Saw
  • 3-Directional Force for total control of the workpiece
  • Work with small stock safely

Porter Cable 690/691 Router OEM Replacement Clamp KNOB # 874582

Porter Cable 690/691 Router OEM Replacement Clamp KNOB # 874582
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • Includes (1) 874582 Knob
  • New, Bulk Packed
  • Genuine Porter Cable Replacement Part
  • Consult owners manual for proper part number identification and proper installation
  • Please refer to list for compatibility

Makita 122965-7 Straight Guide

Makita 122965-7 Straight Guide
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • For making straight passes in routing applications
  • Installs quickly and easily
  • High quality materials for long life
  • For use with Makita 1-1/4 HP Compact Router model RT0701C

Porter Cable 695870 Router Base Plate Genuine Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) part for Porter Cable

Porter Cable 695870 Router Base Plate Genuine Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) part for Porter Cable
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • Includes (1) 695870 Sub Base
  • New, Bulk Packed
  • Genuine Porter Cable Replacement Part
  • Consult owners manual for proper part number identification and proper installation
  • Please refer to list for compatibility

Template Guide Kits - templet guide kit

Template Guide Kits - templet guide kit
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • Fits a variety of routers
  • Machined steel
  • No rust

Bosch 1617 Router Replacement Sub Base # 2610928164 (2 PACK)

Bosch 1617 Router Replacement Sub Base # 2610928164 (2 PACK)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Includes (2) 2610928164 Sub Bases
  • New, Bulk Packed
  • Genuine OEM Replacement Part # 2610928164-2PK
  • Consult owners manual for proper part number identification and proper installation
  • Please refer to list for compatibility

Porter Cable Router Replacement Handle # 908572

Porter Cable Router Replacement Handle # 908572
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Includes (1) 908572 Handle
  • New, Bulk Packed
  • Genuine Porter Cable Replacement Part
  • Consult owners manual for proper part number identification and proper installation
  • Please refer to list for compatibility

Festool 495648 Routing Slide for Mfs Template System

Festool 495648 Routing Slide for Mfs Template System
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • Accessories for the MFS multi-routing template for large cut-outs in panels, e.g. leather inlay

Superior Electric RC025DW 1/4" Router Collet Replaces Dewalt 326286-04, Bosch 2610906283 & Hitachi 323-293

Superior Electric RC025DW 1/4
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Replaces:
  • Dewalt 326286-04
  • Bosch 2610906283
  • Hitachi 323-293

Roto Zip RZ1, RZ10, RZ20, RZ25 Router Replacement Chuck # 2610922300

Roto Zip RZ1, RZ10, RZ20, RZ25 Router Replacement Chuck # 2610922300
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Includes (1) 2610922300 Chuck
  • New, Bulk Packed
  • Genuine Roto Zip Replacement Part
  • Consult owners manual for proper part number identification and proper installation
  • Please refer to list for compatibility

Five Must-Know Woodworking Tips for Beginners

Woodworking can be a fun and rewarding activity for just about anyone who enjoys making something with their own two hands. Use these five must-know woodworking tips and you’ll be a woodworking pro in no time fast.

Getting the most out of your woodworking projects starts with the right tools, materials and know-how to get the project done right. But there are a few tips that even professional woodworkers overlook when they create their own projects. Use these five must-know woodworking tips and you can be sure your first woodworking project will run smoothly and efficiently.

Budget

Many times, when you're looking over plans for a woodworking project, it's easy to overlook the material budget. This might be because the piece looks too rewarding, fun or challenging to build. Budget problems during the middle of a project have killed more woodworking plans than you can imagine. Be sure before starting any woodworking project, you create a cost breakdown list of tools and materials to ensure you budget remains intact from the beginning through the end of your woodworking project.

Get Familiar with Tools

There is nothing more dangerous than a beginning woodworker who buys a large power tool for the first time and doesn't know how to use it. If you're looking to use power tools for the first time, take a class, read a book or watch someone use the tool first to help prevent dangerous accidents from misuse. Tool rental services can provide you with a tool to use and demonstrate its use for you, helping to make you familiar with new power tools.

Start Small

Don't let your eyes fool you. It's just like when you go shopping when you're hungry-you buy a bunch of stuff you don't need. The same goes for beginning woodworkers who think they can do advanced projects without getting their feet wet with something smaller first. Start small with projects that will teach you the basics before you tackle more complicated woodworking projects.

Buy Scrap

Many woodworkers who are just starting out plan to build something extravagant or difficult when choosing their first project. While it's best to start small when you're a beginner, it's also best to start cheap. Buy cheaper materials and damaged scrap where you can. Any beginner is bound to make mistakes, and scrap wood can help keep down the cost while allowing you the practice you need to get good and hone your woodworking skills.

Practice Makes Perfect

Repetition of projects using a variety of tools and practicing new skills and techniques all help the beginning woodworker improve skills and work towards becoming a novice and professional woodworker. Be sure that you practice the basics first and know how to use each of the tools in your woodworking arsenal before moving to more challenging projects.

A good way to get practice without having to spend a fortune on tools is by taking a shop class at your local vocational school. Some stores like Home Depot and Lowe's offer woodworking classes that teach how to use specific woodworking tools and techniques.

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