This router bit is both functional and decorative. It creates the same finger pull profile found on many contemporary cabinet doors, providing a comfortable recess for your fingers to fit into when opening cabinet doors and drawers. This eliminates the need for costly pulls, provides a clean, modern look, and lets you open the door or drawer from virtually any angle or position, without overreaching.Cuts all composition materials, plywoods, hardwoods, and softwoods.Use on table-mounted portable routers.
Designed with plenty of chip clearance, Freud's Single-Flute Straight Bits work well for general stock removal at fast feed rates. They're ideal for cutting narrow grooves and channels, such as those for drawer bottoms. The bits cut all composition materials, plywoods, hardwoods and softwoods. Use them on CNC and other automatic routers as well as hand-held and table-mounted portable routers.This single flute Freud bit was designed for high production work with maximum chip clearance for fast feed rates.Cuts all composition materials, plywoods, hardwoods, and softwoods.Use on CNC and other automatic routers as well as hand-held and table-mounted portable routers.Features TiCo Hi-Density carbide for longer bit life and a flawless finish.Perma-SHIELD Non-stick Coating protects from heat, gumming, and corrosion.Each bit is computer-balanced and precision-ground for the smoothest possible cuts.
Apply an attractive edge to table tops, plaques and handrails with this versatile router bit from Freud. If used as a table edge bit, it routs a smooth, elongated radius. Set it deeper to rout a small shoulder, or shallower for a basic roundover. If used as a handrail bit, rout the handrail on both edges to put a smooth contour on the top of the rail. If desired, use our Handrail Router Bit (91708, sold separately) to rout the finger grooves on the cheeks of the handrail. With its high-grade carbide and sturdy 1/2" shank, the bit is well-equipped for heavy work, and will provide many years of quality results.Cuts all composition materials, plywoods, hardwoods, and softwoods.Use on hand-held and table-mounted portable routers.
It's one of the most popular tools in a woodworking shop “ and for good reason! The router is a versatile tool that can be put to use duplicating part shapes, adding decorative profiles and shadow lines and creating a variety of joinery, from half-blind dovetails to box joints.We've compiled some great information about using your router, and picking out the right bits “ plus many great projects to build with the help of this handy tool! You'll learn all about Router Bits: Cost, Quality, Value, how to make Box Joints on the Router Table, and about Avoiding Router Tearout. Build a Simple Dresser, Router-Made Picture Frames, an Outdoor Storage Chest and a Full-Size Mirror. You can even learn how to Rout Butterfly Keys. You'll find all this and more in the Winter 2015 Router Projects and Techniques publication from Woodworker's Journal.