Rockler 22.5° Chamfer Router Bit - 1-1/8" Dia x 7/8" H x 1/2" Shank

The 22.5° bevel bit is very useful in cabinetmaking for joining face frames that form a 45° angle, such as for corner cabinets and sink bump-outs. You can also use it to chamfer the edge joints for multi-sided objects. It's perfectly suited for octagonal barrels or columns, and you can also use it to build segmented turning blanks.

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