Rockler Miniature Round Over Router Bits are the finest available for use in creating jewelry boxes, humidors, and other small boxes and crafts! With its undersized 8mm bearing, these round over bits dips nimbly in and out of corners, virtually eliminating the widely arcing, shallow-cut corners that would result from an ordinary bit with a standard sized bearing.
Application: Beams, posts, railings and fine furniture. Adds an attractive bead to beams, posts, railings, and millwork. Ideal for accenting square table legs. Cuts all composition materials, plywoods, hardwoods, and softwoods. Use on hand-held and table-mounted portable routers.
TrackSaw Router Adapter3 Year Limited WarrantyFeatures & Benefits:Allows most routers to be used with TrackSaw tracks for perfectly straight routing along any lineIncludes adapters for use with DEWALT and PORTER-CABLE fixed base and plunge routers
Some of our most dedicated CNC users are luthiers-guitar, mandolin and violin makers-or woodworkers with limited shop space who don't need or even want a full-sized bed on their CNC machines. That's why we've brought in the CNC Shark SlimLine, featuring all of the digital precision of our other machines, but with a 18'' x 48'' bed that is tailored for small shops and smaller scale work like luthiery. Create graceful carvings, corbels and signs. Make your own arch-top guitars, customized electric guitar bodies complete with cut-outs for pickups and electronics, as well as precisely arched tops and plates for mandolins and violins. You can even integrate ornate carvings into your electric guitars. The creative potential of the SlimLine is virtually limitless. Fully compatible with the following routers (sold separately): Bosch 1617 and 1618Porter Cable 890 SeriesPorter Cable 690 Series (6902VS must be manually started)DeWalt 610, 616, 618 FREE CNC Project Plans from Woodworker's Journal: Butler's TrayWeather StationCribbage Board Visit the CNC Shark Forum CNCSharkTalk.com, a website presented by Rockler where CNC Shark users can chat together, share files, watch how-to videos, ask questions, learn from each other and even show off CNC Shark projects.