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Freud 75-101 3/16 x 3/4-Inch Up Spiral Router Bit (1/4-Inch Shank)

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Style: 3/16 x 3/4-Inch Up Spiral Router Bit (1/4-Inch Shank)

Product Description

Includes 3/16 in. Spiral Router Bit - 75-101

From the Manufacturer

3/16"diameter Up Spiral Router Bit 3/4"carbide cut height 1/4"shank solid carbide. For cutting mortises,grooves, dadoes and routing deep blind holes with effective chip removal.

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Style:3/16 x 3/4-Inch Up Spiral Router Bit (1/4-Inch Shank)

Technical Details

Part Number 75-101
Item Weight 0.6 ounces
Product Dimensions 3.6 x 2 x 0.5 inches
Item model number 75-101
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Style 3/16 x 3/4-Inch Up Spiral Router Bit (1/4-Inch Shank)
Material Carbide
Item Package Quantity 1
Measurement System Inch
Warranty Description Freud's Limited Lifetime Guarantee

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ASIN B0002TUD2O
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4.3 out of 5 stars 53 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #254,348 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#159 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tool Parts & Accessories > Router Parts & Accessories > Router Bits > Straight, Spiral & Trim Bits > Spiral
Shipping Weight 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available August 4, 2004

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By Bob Feeser TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 1, 2004
Style Name: 1/2-Inch Diameter 2-Flute Up Spiral Router Bit with 1/2-Inch Shank
This review is going to sound funny from someone who broke two 1/4" shaft 1/4" upward spiral bits. In plain words, I wouldn't be without them. As a matter of fact I am adding a 3/8" to my 1/4" and 1/2" bits. When people use the phrase the "break in period" take that literally when you use spiral bits. The problem is that it is not designed for freehand use. If you plunge it deep and try to freehand it into some wood, the edges can grab and instantly create a ricocheting effect, which will whip into an instant frenzy and snap the bit. These bits are designed to be used in a table, with a fence guiding the work against the bit, or in a jig to make mortises for example. They are ideal for use with a plunge router with a three step adjustable turret. Also great with a regular hand held, with successive depth adjustments. Fully burying the bit and going for it is not advisable even in a table.
Another consideration is although these bits are solid carbide, I doubt they are the same grade in hardness of the standard double flute straight bits with welded on tips, that are so popular. So they shouldn't last as long.
So after all of that, why buy an upward spiral bit? Simply this: If your creating a pocket, like a mortise, even though you are doing it in successively deeper passes, it will create a perfectly smooth surface, both on the walls, and the bottom of the pocket. If you are creating an opening all the way through your work piece, it will create a perfectly smooth wall.
When making mortises, it is possible, with dial caliper level measuring, to make a mortise so perfect that you almost don't need glue. You may want to for example use doweled pegs only to hold the joint.
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Style Name: 5/16-Inch Diameter 2-Flute Up Spiral Router Bit with 1/2-Inch Shank
This review is going to sound funny from someone who broke two 1/4" shaft 1/4" upward spiral bits. In plain words, I wouldn't be without them. As a matter of fact I am adding a 3/8" to my 1/4" and 1/2" bits. When people use the phrase the "break in period" take that literally when you use spiral bits. The problem is that it is not designed for freehand use. If you plunge it deep and try to freehand it into some wood, the edges can grab and instantly create a ricocheting effect, which will whip into an instant frenzy and snap the bit. These bits are designed to be used in a table, with a fence guiding the work against the bit, or in a jig to make mortises for example. They are ideal for use with a plunge router with a three step adjustable turret. Also great with a regular hand held, with successive depth adjustments. Fully burying the bit and going for it is not advisable even in a table.
Another consideration is although these bits are solid carbide, I doubt they are the same grade in hardness of the standard double flute straight bits with welded on tips, that are so popular. So they shouldn't last as long.
So after all of that, why buy an upward spiral bit? Simply this: If your creating a pocket, like a mortise, even though you are doing it in successively deeper passes, it will create a perfectly smooth surface, both on the walls, and the bottom of the pocket. If you are creating an opening all the way through your work piece, it will create a perfectly smooth wall.
When making mortises, it is possible, with dial caliper level measuring, to make a mortise so perfect that you almost don't need glue. You may want to for example use doweled pegs only to hold the joint.
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Style Name: 1/8-Inch x 1/2-Inch Up Spiral Router Bit 1/4-Inch Shank Verified Purchase
I have been using 1/8" up-cut spiral router bits in manufacturing for more than 30 years. I use them to plunge cut openings and profiles in .25" thick PVC/ABS blend plastic. I do this many hundreds and even thousands of times each and every year. I know what to expect from a router bit. I do consider them to be consumables and am not normally horrified when they get dull or break. I keep extras on hand at all times.

In the past, I have used Whiteside and Onsrud spiral up-cut bits with great success, being simply amazed at the length of service I can get from a single bit. There have been a few other brands, but no others to equal the afore mentioned two brands.

I thought I would give Freud a chance. I liked the price of the 75-100's and the Prime shipping was available. I probably had some Amazon dollars to burn. I purchased two bits. I will also mention that I have a giant fleet of Freud saw blades in use in the shop and am satisfied with the quality to cost ratio I receive. I have used them for decades. I have other Freud router bits as well.

I know that plastic is a different animal from wood. Perhaps the Freud 1/8" bits perform well in wood. They quickly failed in my plastics. I was using a template guided fixture which firmly held the part, a machine bezel, in place while six 1.25" x 3.25" plunge cuts are being made.

One thing I noticed when installing the first of my two brand new Freud 75-100 bits was that the twist was about half that of the twist on the Onsrud 1/8" up-cut bit I was replacing. This may or may not have been the cause of the problems to come. The Onsrud bit I was replacing was still working fairly well after more than 500 cutouts and profile passes on various parts, but the feed rate was slowing and the heat was building.
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