I believe that several of you have used metal shop tools on wood in their building. Since I have these somewhat available to me, I have some questions. First off, with all the recent discussion of pin routers, I thought that a standard Brigdeport mill would be able to be used for that purpose. One would just need to make a table with a pin hole, and pins. The difficulty I see is that a router runs around 25000 rpm, and the mills here go up to 2700 or so. So, would one try to use a woodworking router bit, or would you use metalcutting bits? If the latter, would you use 2-flute, 4-flute, roughing bits, etc? I also thought that a board could be made with two walls on it, with one slightly offset, with enough opening between them for a side mill. This could be used as a jointer. Has anyone done this? Also, any tips on using end cutting mills or shell mills for thicknessing? Thanks to all in advance to all of you with the skills and experience I wish I had.