Hi All, I was routing a Stratocaster body on the router table,I know some of you will say that this was the beginning of my troubles, and everything was going great. I had used a robosander to bring the body to within 1mm-3mm of the line. I was going around the small horn when the body kicked back, and hard. It delaminated some of the growth rings and lifted the bit up out of my router slightly. The same thing happened on the other horn before I decided I really needed to understand what was going on before things went further south. I was not doing a climb cut, and was moving the bit clockwise about the strat (to avoid all climb cutting). I thought I had removed enough material but maybe I was trying to do too much at once. The bit is a carbide downcut spiral from Eagle so I wouldn't think I'm suffering from quality. My guess, was that I was trying to take off too much material at once, and the bit grabbed. Another thing I have been considering, is that the bit grabbed because of the grain orientation and my bit speed/feed rate weren't totally kosher. What do you think?