|Item Weight||4.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 6 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||RFT5125|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
Whiteside Router Bits RFT5125 1/2-Inch Diameter Spiral Flush Trim Up Cut with 1-1/4-Inch Cutting Length
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|Brand||Whiteside Router Bits|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3 x 6 x 2 inches|
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Whiteside Machine Company has been in the router bit business for over 30 years providing customer with quality products while at the same time striving to achieve complete customer satisfaction. Several woodworking magazines have tested Whiteside versus the competition and selected Whiteside as the winner for best router bits available in the market. Whiteside Machine Company was founded in 1970 as a general purpose machine shop in the basement of Bill & Bobbie Whiteside's home. Located in Western North Carolina near the furniture manufacturing town of Hickory, the company was often involved in making repairs or special parts for the furniture and woodworking field. A strong commitment to customer problem-solving, a can-do attitude, and innovative ideas, along with a growing core of dedicated employees, helped the business evolve into a manufacturer of woodworking equipment and tooling. Primarily through repeat business and referrals, the tooling business continued to grow to meet a demand for quality production router bits as well as custom application tooling. Today, Whiteside Machine occupies a 40,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility and produces a complete line of solid carbide and carbide tipped router bits. Whiteside's quality, innovation, and customer commitment is still present in our superb product line, in the design of custom tooling to fill special customer requirements, and in the development of special machinery and tooling for our own manufacturing use. As always, Whiteside Machine is continuously striving to improve our product through new technology, improved production techniques, and ongoing research and development efforts; along with rigid quality control, vital customer feedback and extensive field testing. Whiteside Machine Company.
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Ended up not using the bit for this project. I will try it again for something else, probably with an easier wood than cherry, because I did love the smooth cut in the places where I was not blowing my workpieces up because of the grab.
Would like to hear any thoughts or advice from anyone more knowledgeable than this intermediate skills woodworker.
Adding a star after my second use. With different stock, larger pieces, and a little less to trim, I had no problems with the bit grabbing and just got a smooth nice pattern cut. May have been my fault with my first try but I still remember it as a little scary.
The analogy of "hot knife through butter" gets a little old, but it definitely applies here.
My only gripe (a tiny one) is the height of the double bearing and nut. They add up to 3/4" which means that my patterns need to be at least 1" thick. I'm using it on a router table where my stack is: work piece, pattern, acrylic shield. If my pattern is less than 1" thick, the nut hits the bottom of the shield. It seems that a single bearing would suffice.
But I'm still giving it 5 stars because 6 isn't an option. I've tried other flush trim bits in the past, and this one is now the gold standard.
Made in the good ol' USA doesn't hurt either.
By Jason on August 23, 2014