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post #1 of 4 Old 01-06-2011, 11:19 PM Thread Starter
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Grizzly router bits

Anybody ever use the Grizzly router bits (green paint) or super duty router bits (purple paint).

I'm looking at a stile and rail set as well as a panel bit.

I was wondering about the quality of the bits.
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I've got a set of the purple.

I've not used them very much yet but so far so good. Grizzly gave a nice boxed set of about 20 bits free for ordering some other tools.

I also have a small set of stile and rail cabinet door shaper cutters from Grizzly. I think I may need to take two passes with these cutter as I am getting quite a bit of tear out. Or maybe I'll try making the second cut a climb cut using the power feeder.

I would start with just a couple of router bits to see how you like them before taking a big plunge, but I think you'll like them.

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I've got some of the green ones, they're fine but the s/h costs tends to make them more expensive than similar quality from MLCS, Woodline, etc.
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I have several of the Grizzly cutters and the only problem I have had was from a raised panel bit with the back cutter. I had to take the back cutter off as it had a bad vibration. I have to make several passes as I do with most of the cutters as that is just too much wood to remove in one pass with any cutter.

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