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Quadra-Cut delivers quick, clean results.View larger.
This bit creates attractive raised paneling and decorative molding.
Different setups let you achieve multiple profiles.View larger.
Produce Smooth Paneling and Decorative Molding
Use the 99-518 Raised Panel Router Bit on any table-mounted portable router that accepts a 1/2-inch shank for creating professional-quality raised panels on doors and paneling, as well as decorative tops, plaques, and molding. The resulting panels will exhibit a glassy smoothness, even when you're tackling cross-grain applications.
The 99-518 features a 5/8-inch carbide height that easily accommodates stock measuring 3/4 inches.
Durable Design with Protective Coating to Resist Heat and Corrosion
Freud equips all of their router bits with their exclusive TiCo Hi-Density MicroGrain carbide for maximum durability and cutting life. In addition, Freud shields their bits from heat, rust, corrosion and wear by coating all of their Quadra-Cut Router Bits with their exclusive non-stick, red Perma-SHIELD coating.
The 99-518 Raised Panel Router Bit is 2-1/2 inches long with a 1/2-inch shank, an overall diameter of 3-1/2 inches, and a large radius of 1-1/2 inches. Freud cutting tools are backed by the Freud Limited Lifetime Cutting Tool Warranty to ensure customer satisfaction with every purchase.
About Freud: A History of Innovative Manufacturing
An industry leader for more than 50 years, Freud America, Inc. is a manufacturer and marketer of superior carbide cutting tools for the woodworking industry. Freud is the only manufacturer of woodworking tools in the world that produces its own MicroGrain Carbide with Titanium, called TiCo, a high-density combination of Titanium and Cobalt.
By producing their own carbide, Freud has the unique ability to formulate each tool for each specific application, thereby maximizing the cutting life and performance of the tool. Freud's full line of high-quality woodworking tools includes saw blades, router bits, shaper cutters, power tools, and more. For more information, visit www.freudtools.com or contact customer service at phone: 800-472-7307.
What's in the Box
Freud 99-518 Quadra-Cut - 3-1/2 Inch Dia. Cove Profile Raised Panel 3/4-Inch Stock Router Bit - 1/2-Inch Shank
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Freud Router Bits are known for their exceptional quality, unmatched precision and maximum cutting life. The bits are carefully crafted using the best materials, the industry's most sophisticated manufacturing processes, and include exclusive Freud features such as TiCo Hi-Density Carbide and red Perma-SHIELD non-stick coating. Freud's bits also contain revolutionary, innovative designs such as Quadra-Cut and Double-Grind.
TiCo Hi-Density carbide is a specially formulated, highly compact Titanium Cobalt Carbide engineered and manufactured by Freud to maximize performance on all Freud cutting tools. Designed in Freud research and development laboratories, Freud's TiCo Hi-Density carbide is scientifically developed using Titanium Carbide, Cobalt and Tungsten (as well as proprietary elements), to produce a supreme product. Carbide size is extremely important when it comes to sharpness as well as the rate at which an edge wears. The larger the carbide grain, the faster an edge will wear. While standard carbides measure as large as 5 microns, and an advanced micrograin carbide can measure 1 micron, Freud's TiCo Hi-Density Carbide is miniscule in comparison at .8 microns, with a laminate blend as small as .4 microns.
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This is an excellent cove profile bit. I have run many feet of curly cherry across it with zero tear out. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mark Hochstein
I bought this cutter to make raised panels for replacement cabinet doors for our kitchen. I am very pleased with the results provided by this tool. Read morePublished 19 months ago by W. E. Mckinney