You just need the right cutter.As per the title.
Ive watched a number of youtube videos suggesting that as much material should be removed prior to routing, with a bandsaw etc, but no videos advocating an offset roughing cut on a router.
Why is this? It would be simple enough to do by using an oversized bearing, so there must be a reason why its not done?
Im asking from the point of view of someone who does not have a bandsaw....
I think most people go through this phase especially when your making different pieces all the time.You are probably right, but it's the wrong biological climate for me to be travelling between towns to stand about with a load of other people.
I mean I've probably left our village less than ten times in the past year!
I do, however, have a friend who is and has always been a professional joiner (mainly hardwood window frames) whom I'm sure would advise when everyone is slightly more mobile again.
Most of what I do ends up in a good result as I'm fussy, but just takes me too long, due to lack of understanding of proper technique.