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Router Bits


  • by Rockler

    Edge trimming with a router usually ends up with fairly good results, but you have to consider good dust control and having the right bits.

  • by Rockler

    Rockler has a huge selection of router bits to choose from, so finding the bit you need is a simple matter of determining what you want it to do.

  • by Woodworker's Journal

    CMT's Passage and Entry Door router bit set with Beefy Tenon cutter produces perfect tenons and cuts for creating doors and and long grain profiles.

  • by Woodworker's Journal

    These shank router bit sets from SKIL are specially sized to make joinery cuts in the most common sizes of wood stock for most woodworkers.

  • by Rockler

    Freud Tools Quadra-Cut bits use four cutting edges to make quicker, cleaner and more attractive cuts than standard bits, with TiCo carbide bodies.

  • by Rockler

    Cabinet door making router bits like rail and stile bits are essential for many different woodworking jobs and should be in all wood shops.

  • by Rockler

    Rockler has upgraded their standard 1/4" with 25 percent more size, allowing for smoother cuts while still fitting in your standard bushing.

  • by Rockler

    Master woodworkers Ian Kirby, Ellis Walentine, Rob Johnstone and Michael Dresdner offer advice on making strong end-to-end board joinery.

  • by Rockler

    What's the best way to sharpen router bits? Rockler woodworking experts debate sharpening router bits to help you learn what to do.

  • by Rockler

    Learn when to use shear router bits and when to use spiral router bits. You'll be sure to be using the right router bits after this!
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