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This bit allows you to create bowl and trays easily and in little time. Rout grooves or beautiful raised sign lettering, unique boxes or lots of other specialty of craft items. The round corner of the bit shapes the inner radius while the sides and bottom create the smooth flat surfaces. Equipped with a bearing for easy template work, this bit features super-strength superior steel body, Non-Stick Orange Shield Coating and cutting edges made of SinterHip Hi-Density Industrial Chrome Carbide for a long-lasting performance. After a test performed by Wood Magazine, CMT orange bits have been rated the first overall router bits compared to other brands.
The CMT Bowl and Tray Bit is ideal for making bowls, trays, boxes, cutting boards or any other specialty or craft item. The round corner of the bit shapes the inner radius while the sides and bottom create the smooth flat surfaces. Makes pattern work quick and easy.
Haven't used it yet, got it for a near future project. Hoping it's CMT's usual high quality.Published 4 months ago by brian t
The hubster loves this bit. He has been making bowls and other depressed cavity items with it. I get all of the benefits of his creativity.Published 6 months ago by Sue W.
Great bowl router bit , I have already made five bowls and they all turned out great.
Cliff Adams , Canyon Falls Woodworking
All items were just as described. Exactly what I wanted. They were all shipped quickly too.Published 9 months ago by Denise
I used it with good performance . But I faced with problem on my router . Because unfortunately the bits I should use on my router should be in mm measurement but the purchased... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mehdi Illipour
I ordered a CMT 851.501.11B Bowl & Tray Bit. This bit is supposed to be 3/4" diameter. IT IS NOT! When the router bit came to me it was a CMT 851.502. Read morePublished on June 2, 2013 by Gerald W. Malone
The router bit is fine. The problem I had was the plastic package it is stored in. It was broken on the side and a piece of clear tape was put on the corner. Read morePublished on January 31, 2013 by DUANE WILLIS