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.
The CNC Shark Touch Probe attaches to the router in any CNC Shark Routing System to trace objects down to 0.001" detail allowing the user to import image data for replicating objects, shapes and patterns. Simply program the Shark to operate at the same detail level as the Touch Probe scan to reproduce the object later. Works well for replicating basic shapes for carvings or reproducing damaged areas on antiques or other irreplaceable items. Requires Cut 3D Software or similar software to be used with the CNC Shark models. Made in the USA. NOTE: To avoid accidents or injury, always be sure to unplug the router prior to attaching the Touch Probe. Touch Probe is compatible with the following machines: CNC Shark Routing System CNC Shark Pro Plus Routing System CNC Shark HD 2.0 Routing System The probe does not work with the 54111 CNC PiranhaIntroducing CNCSharkTalk.com, a new website presented by Rockler where CNC Shark users can chat together, watch how-to videos, ask questions, learn from each other and even show off their CNC Shark projects.
Routers and Router Tables edited by Randy Johnson delivers valuable information on how to choose, use, and get the most out of an existing or new router and router table! Along with shop-tested advice, this book includes complete plans for four complete router tables and routing work stations, a router lift, plus several more auxiliary fences for special operations such as raising panels and jointing edges. Also includes dozens of photo-illustrated shop tips and router table add-ons. Includes special section on amazing sliding dovetail joints, which can only be made on the router table. 240 pages.Technical Details:Edited by Randy Johnson of American Woodworker magazineTells you how to choose, use, and get the most out of an existing or new router and router tableComplete plans for four complete router tables and routing work stations, a router lift, plus several more auxiliary fences for special operationsDozens of photo-illustrated shop tips and router table add-onsSpecial section on amazing sliding dovetail joints240 pages
Application: Mill base or traditional "mop" boards in any width. Ideal for renovators who need to match old, extra-high base moldings. Bits can be used to rout base cap only, or to profile the edge of wide base molding. Choose your favorite wood to suit the room. Use with hardwood or softwood to mill stain grade molding. Use with table mounted, CNC or automatic routers. Note: For best results make two or more passes.