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2560-3135 Features: -Finger joint bit.-Prduces a joint that is stronger then the wood itself.-Cuts all composition materials, plywoods, hardwoods and softwoods.-Use on CNC adn other automatic routers as well as table mounter portabke routers.-1-3/8'' overall diameter.-5/16'' cut depth.-1-9/16'' carbide height.-21/64'' minor height.-1/2'' shank diameter.-3'' overall lenght.
Freud's precision ground carbide bits have a grain size smaller than other grades, and titanium is added making them impervious to chemical attack. Promoting safer woodworking is the reason Freud made a commitment to develop anti-kickback router bits. Bits are computer balanced to insure vibration-free operation at speeds that are a safe margin above the typical 22,000 RPMs of most routers. Freud's philosophy is woodworkers should expect safety, not pay for it. Over all diameter 1-3/8-inch, shank diameter 1/2-inch.
This beefy bit set costs more than others, but in this case, you actually do get what you pay for. This two arbor set is easily adjusted up to the claimed 1 1/4" board... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Mark Singer
Works well, but tricky to use. Took a lot of trial and error. They should provide more explanation in the package, and would do well to give some of the critical dimensions which... Read morePublished 11 days ago by George Koulomzin
I purchased this style of bit with the slot cutter attached for a different profile. It was nice not having to make a additional pass for the slot groove. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Dustin
Another super quality tool from "Freud"
Operates with ease through most timbers very pleased with the results well done "Freud" shall be very convident when... Read more
Great product - good price online. Shipped quickly.
Product came with small DVD explaining in detail how to use.
If your like me and have never used a Drawer lock bit in your life you may be a bit confused as to how to use this bit. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Just your average Justin