Amana Tongue and Groove Assembly Router Bits
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Details about Amana Tongue and Groove Assembly Router Bits: The easiest way to get perfect tongue and groove joinery every time. Simply take one pass to route the tongue , using one bit with the two cutters. Then reposition the cutters and take a second pass to cut the groove. The two pieces join together perfectly- even after the bits have been re-sharpened.1/4'' Kerf, 1/2'' shank, and 3/8 depth of cut.Supplied with one arbor.An excellent bit for use in creating jewelry boxes, humidors, and other small boxes and crafts!These bits are competitively priced while offering high performance and longlife. Quality performance features include:K10 and K20 grade carbide for clean cutting action. Final sharpening with 600 - 800grit diamond wheels.Precision balanced for smooth operation. If you are not 100% satisfied with these bits, send them back for a refund.Router Safety Tips:It's easy to prevent mishaps if you take a few simple precautions.1) Rockler recommends using 1/2'' shank router bits whenever possible. 1/2'' shanks provide better stability with less vibration to produce a smoother cut and longer cutter life. 2) Make multiple light passes rather than one heavy cut. 3) Install your router bit so that 90% of the shank is inside the collet. Here's a rule of thumb: fully insert the bit, then pull it back 1/16 to 1/8 of an inch. 4) Use a router table whenever possible. 5) When using large diameter bits, reduce the RPM of your router. Then test your set-up on scrap lumber. 6) Always follow your router manufacturer's recommendations.
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Name: Amana Tongue and Groove Assembly Router Bits
Main category: Router Bits
This Amana Tongue and Groove Assembly Router Bits product is carried by Rockler, "the woodworking superstore." They're a family-run store for woodworkers, established in 1954, with the tools, wood, and materials to help your completed project be a source of pride to you and your family.