Here's how to rout stopped dadoes in small cabinet parts with a router table. This technique produces dadoes that are square to the front and back edges of the cabinet, and align perfectly with one another.
The update to my original CNC router design. I traded out some of the weaker wood for extruded aluminum and made some changes to the gear ratio on the x-axis as well as moving the pillow bearings to...
About two weeks ago, I was rounding over some edges with my trim router and I somehow put a finger directly into the spinning bit. The injury wasn't too bad, but I got a big reminder of woodworking's inherent danger.
Take a look at the wall cabinet I made to store my routers and router bits. It's made from scrap plywood I had. I was tired of bare wood in my shop (a bench, a router table, etc.), so I decided to paint it. And maybe I put too much effort into the paint job.