Fulcrum Pins for Rockler Router Table Plates

Sometimes called a starter pin or guide pin, these Router Table Fulcrum Pins function as stable guides when routing curved profiles without a fence. When routing inside curves, for example, it becomes impossible to use a straight fence for stability, so a guide pin is used. Fulcrum pins are most commonly used with bearing guided router bits, so that the bearing and fulcrum pin form two points in a line for stability. More than one pin can be used for more versatility and more complicated profiles. These fulcrum pins are pre-threaded to fit Rockler Router Table Plates and Bench Dog Router Table Plates.Technical Details:These Router Table Fulcrum Pins feature solid metal construction for a solid connection and long life.1/4 - 20 threading fits Rockler and Bench Dog Router Table Plates with no modification.Fulcrum Pins measure approximately 1/2" in diameter x 3/4" long.

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