Our Roman Ogee Plunge Bit can be used for any fluting application, and even for routing sign text, but it is perhaps most often used to create a panel door effect for painted MDF and solid wood. Roman Ogee in essence, the profile's radiused bottom gives a positive-negative effect to the cut shape of successive passes. It is also a great option for creating edge moldings. Twin-flute cutters.
This chamfer bit can be used to apply a beveled edge to cabinetry and furniture elements, or to chamfer the edge joints for multi-sided objects. With an 11.25 degree angle, it's perfectly suited for 16-sided barrels or columns, and you can also use it to build segmented turning blanks.
Sometimes it's better to emphasize a seam than to try to hide it. This bit does just that, applying a neat decorative V-groove along the line of the seam. Since you no longer have to sand the joint perfectly flush as you would with a typical flush trim bit, you also cut down on a lot of sanding. Just a pass or two with a palm sander is enough to remove any mill marks. Ideal for trimming cabinet face frames flush with the cabinet sides.