Create the look of hand-cut dovetails on stock up to 24" wide with your router and the Leigh D4R Pro Dovetail Jig. The D4R features adjustable guide fingers, freeing you from the need to dimension your workpiece to suit the jig and providing infinite options for pin and tail width and spacing. Whatever the width of your stock, you can get a half-pin on the top and the bottom and custom spacing in between, meaning that you're never limited to repetitive, obviously machine-made joints. The D4R can handle boards up to 24" wide and 1-1/4" thick and comes with three cutters, cam-action speed clamps, crosscut bar, angled side stop, screwdriver, all mounting hardware, 160-page user guide and instructional DVD. Router with a 1/2" collet required. What's Included:Leigh D4R Dovetail Jig 1/2" x 8° and 1/2" x 14° dovetail cutters (8mm shanks) 5/16" x 1" straight cutter (8mm shank) 1/2" to 8mm collet reducer 7/16" O.D. guide bushing 160-page manual Instructional DVD
With its integral 1/2" guide bearing, this beading bit is a snap to use. There is no need to set the depth of cut with a fence, and you can even use the bit without a router table at all. The bit also features a taller section at the top of the carbide, which allows you more freedom to adjust the size of the upper step. Of course, you can also adjust it flush if no step is desired. A classic profile for cabinet work and architectural features, it makes an ideal beaded molding for wrapping doors and drawer fronts. These bits feature 1/2" shanks, the ideal choice when more stability and the best cut quality are desired.
Freud's exclusive Quadra-Cut 4 cutter design provides the smoothest cuts possible. You'll get crisp, clean edges every time, even with cross-grain cuts in difficult materials.Application: Decorative edging for cabinets, molding and furnitureAdd distinctive design to cabinets, furniture, plaques, and millwork with these decorative edging bits.Cuts all composition materials, plywoods, hardwoods, and softwoods.Use on hand-held and table-mounted routers.
Router table insert plates make it easy to lift your router out and set it on the table for comfortable bit changes, height adjustments, maintenance and even to use your router free hand or with a straight edge guide. They save you from a lot of backaches, squinting and bumps on the back of the head from stooping under the table. These router plates are made of 3/8'' solid phenolic, which has naturally low-friction for easy sliding. In addition, phenolic is very stable and extremely durable. At 8-1/4'' x 11-3/4'', they fit both our current tables and most of our old tables, and work equally as well with shop-made router tables. Each plate includes an insert ring with a 1-1/2'' bit opening, plate locking bolts and router mounting hardwareNote: Since different top materials require different leveling screws, these are included with the table topsFor customers making custom router tables, we recommend the Router Plate Leveling and Locking Hardware Pack (22994, sold separately) To choose a pre-drilled plate, find your router below. If it's not listed, choose from two non-drilled plates—one with a 4'' insert ring (57293), and the other a 4-3/8'' insert ring (56845)—and drill the plate to fit your router. Plate A routers: Makita 1100; Milwaukee 5615-5624; DeWalt 616-618; Bosch MRC23 Series, 1617-1618; Ridgid 2930 Combo Kit; Hitachi M12VC (fixed and kit); Porter-Cable 690, 890, 7529, 97529 and 8529. Note: Current models of the Porter-Cable 892 require at least two screws to be 1/2" long versus 5/8".Plate B routers: DeWalt DW621 and DW621K; Craftsman Standard; Freud FT 1700E and 1702VCEKPlate C routers: Porter-Cable 7518, 7519, 7538 and 7539; Milwaukee 5625-20; Triton TRA001 and MOF001Plate D routers: Bosch 1619-1619EV; Freud FT2000; DeWalt 625