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  1. General Woodworking Discussion
    If I’m doing a lot of inlays, on tabletops and frames etc, what router bits should I definitely have in my toolkit? Thanks for sharing your thoughts!
  2. General Woodworking Discussion
    I am looking for a router bit thats good for 3/4” plywood. I am making a six panel roll up door and need something like a tongue and groove but not any deeper than 1/4” T&G, most bits i’ve seen do more than a 1/4” and too square. Is there a set that does a rounded tongue and groove? Thank you...
  3. Tool Reviews
    I'm looking at some new router bits. I have always used the Freud brand of router bits (1/2" shaft) but tonight I found a configuration made by Yonico, that I really like. Does anyone have any experience with this brand of router bit? How did it perform, did it dull easily, run smooth and self...
  4. Power Tools & Machinery
    I buy woodworking supplies at the local Rockler store. They have a cabinet with Rockler-brand router bits. Above the cabinet is a sign that says "Unconditional Guarantee. If you are not 100% satisfied with these bits ..." Yesterday morning I installed an old router in a giveaway router table...
  5. General Woodworking Discussion
    Hi everyone. I Recently bought cabinets from RTAcabinetstore.com and I need to make some custom cabinet pieces that match the door frames. I contacted RTA and they will not give me any information about their cabinet maker so that I can find out what kind of shaper bits are used to make the...
  6. General Woodworking Discussion
    Hello, I just built a couple of cornhole boards using a 2x4 pine frame with 3/4" baltic birch plywood top. Unfortunately my frames are slightly out of square and thus the plywood top has some slight varying overhang of the frame. I could just leave it as is, but I was thinking of flush...
  7. Power Tools & Machinery
    Does anyone know where I can find a t-slot router bit with a 1/4" shank, a small cutting diameter of 1/8" and a larger cutting diameter of 1/4"? A key hole bit would work as well. I've looked all over and have yet to come up with one. Rockler hasn't answered my query yet. Thanks.
  8. General Woodworking Discussion
  9. New Member Introductions
    Great to be here, hope I can answer some questions and vise versa. My forte is mostly making & servicing cutting tools but I love taking on lots of different projects. He's a little computer desk I made for my youngest son.
  10. Trim Carpentry & Built-Ins
    Hi, I have a 100 year old four square with 8 inch oak and heart pine baseboards. Over the years previous owners have chopped, cut, spliced, removed, and otherwise damaged many of them. I have the wood to replace them, but cannot route to match because I can't find an ogee router bit large enough...
  11. Hand Tools
    Hi Fellow Woodworkers, For those of you who enjoyed the First Router Bits Profile Quiz, Toolstoday has prepared a new challenge to test your router bits IQ for your enjoyment. Test your knowledge of router bit profiles by correctly naming the router bits. The Router Bits Quiz 2 can be...
  12. Classifieds
    SOLD - Freud 5-piece Router Bit Set (NIB) The set is sold
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