|Item Weight||2.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.2 x 4.5 x 3.8 inches|
|Item model number||12335|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Yonico 12335 Raised Panel Cabinet Door Router Bit Set with 3 Bit Ogee 1/2-Inch Shank
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Make professional and beautiful raised panel cabinet doors with this 3 piece router bit set. Use with up to 1" stock. Rail & stile bits create a perfectly matched rail & stile door frame. The raised panel bit puts a classic ogee edge on the central panel of your door. The panel raiser can also be used to make attractive drawer fronts, table tops, plaques and moldings. Fully enclosed ball bearing guides allow for precise cuts without the use of a fence. Two flute carbide cutters & 1/2" shanks. Set comes in a solid wood storage case. Included in this set: ogee raised panel bit, 2 bit matched ogee rail & stile, Allen wrench plus extra spacers, solid wood storage case.
Top Customer Reviews
My wife and I decided on doing a white with glaze finish. This was perfect as I could save some money doing the panel in MDF, which would save a great amount of money.
Tonight while in my shop I decided to crack open the box to these bits and give them a try on some scrap I had laying around. I am quite pleased with how well they cut. Considering the cost, I was a bit nervous. I would say they cut as well as some bits I've purchased from Rockler. Tear out was avoided by using a back block, which worked well. I am at an advantage with the panel bit as I am using MDF.
Overall I am happy. About 20 doors to do, so I'll chime back with how they hold up.
I will say this these things are great and I have had no issues with these and to be honest with any of the Yonico Bits I have purchased through Precision Bits.
So I have used these on a few types of wood that to be honest is a bit uncommon; but I am working on a special project.
I will just say this I have used it on Blood-wood and Purple-heart both are very hard woods. So did the bits hold up yes they did.
On my first go at it with Purple Heart I had minimal burning (but to point out that was my fault along with Purple Heart is pretty easy to burn) On my second go at it once i adjusted the feed rate and speed on the router i had just a little burning (tiny pause is my feed rate); but once again my fault I don't blame the bits for it.
The fit and cuts came out pretty much flawless (other than my first go at it; which as i said was my fault for going to slow and pausing a bit in a few spots if i remember correctly but i don't remember the reason i did) That said I will also say that the joints fit perfect and there was no splintering.
I have attached a picture of what it did to purple heart and blood wood. This still has the burn marks on it; but once again mind you that was my fault as you can see on the other side there is only one spot where i slowed the feed to much. (It was my first time with routing Purple Heart). (Yes its also a rough out and have to cut some stock etc.)
I have also used it on pine and red oak and results have been great.
So I cannot attest to how long they will last and hold and edge but I mean come on I ran it through some of the hardest woods and got great results (other than the user error part). If they are like some of my other Yonico Bits I believe they will last for as long as I need them too. Some of the bits I have used by Yonico are on point with other major brands. I really believe they will beat the normal store brand bits hands down. As a whole are they as good as Freud bits... I cannot fully answer that question given I only have a few Freud bits. I will say this though of the bits i have that are the same from Yonico and Freud... I honestly don't see a difference in the cuts they make.
I would highly recommend these for a hobbyist woodworker and at the same time I would even recommend it to a pro and I say that because of the price point. As a pro you really don't have much to lose giving these a shot to see how they compair and if you find them up to snuff well you found a bit / brand of bits that is 1/4 the cost.
I honestly have faith in Precision Bits and their quality and would not merely avoid them because of the price point. They get the job done... Period.
One last note NO I AM NOT EMPLOYED BY OR RECEIVE ANY COMPENSATION OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT FROM PRECISION BITS. I have just had no issue with Yonico (which are their bits) and have read on some woodworking sites to avoid them by people who have never used them SIMPLY based on the price of them. If you ask me that is bad advice. Just because you spent 200-300 on a set that does the same thing does not mean everyone else has to... and if you have never used them how can you say they are not good... simply based off you spent 200+ on yours and these are $50ish... BLUF these get the job done and that is what we are all looking for right?