Spiral Flush Trim Bit

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  1. When to Use Shear and Spiral Router Bits / Rockler How-to

    When to Use Shear and Spiral Router Bits / Rockler How-to

    …result is less energy consumption, less vibration and a cleaner cut. Shear and spiral bits behave differently depending on whether they have an "upcut" or a "downcut" configuration. The down-shear of the flush trim bit you see above forces chips and shavings downward away from the router, and also…

  2. Edge Trimming with a Router / Rockler How-to

    Edge Trimming with a Router / Rockler How-to

    …the Bit You have a few options when it comes to guiding the router through the cut. You can use a piloted flush trim bit; you can use an un-piloted straight or spiral bit along with a straightedge to guide the edge of the router; or you can use a guide bushing along with an unpiloted bit. (Keep…

  3. Top Trim Routing Techniques: Mortising Inlays / Rockler How-to

    Top Trim Routing Techniques: Mortising Inlays / Rockler How-to

    …but a trim router is my first choice. Its small size offers several advantages for precision work like this. Trimmers are much lighter weight than mid-size machines, so you can guide them right up to a knifed outline of your inlay with better control. I use a 1/8" or 1/4" straight or spiral bit. If…

  4. Making an Unbeatable Router Bit Selection / Rockler How-to

    Making an Unbeatable Router Bit Selection / Rockler How-to

    bits, more mortising bits, more spiral bit options, stagger straight bits (for fast cutting in a variety of materials) and more flush trim bits. With bits designed for plunge cutting deep mortises (up-cut spiral bits) bits designed to cut a clean top edge (down-cut spiral and shear flush trim bits)

  5. Router Bits - Up-Cut, Down-Cut and Now, Quadra-Cut. / Rockler How-to

    Router Bits - Up-Cut, Down-Cut and Now, Quadra-Cut. / Rockler How-to

    …to “double compression” router bits. Spiral double compression bits combine both an up-cut and down-cut configuration, and are the most widely used of a variety of router bit. A double compression spiral bit is the ideal choice for edge trimming and cutouts in situations where both top…

  6. Building a Wall-Mounted Router Table / Rockler How-to

    Building a Wall-Mounted Router Table / Rockler How-to

    …Using a flush-trim bit with the bearing riding on the bottom core, trim the top core to match it. Now, cover both faces with oversized pieces of plastic laminate (pieces 3) and rout them flush. Using Rockler's installation template, rub collars, a spiral bit and pattern bit cut out the router plate.…

  7. How to Make a Tambour-topped Box / Rockler How-to

    How to Make a Tambour-topped Box / Rockler How-to

    …corner of each side at a 45 degree angle. Then, using a sharp chisel, trim the small triangular piece above the miter cut flush with the depth of the drawer bottom groove as shown in Figure 6. Use a 3/8" diamater box bit to cut out the drawer pull through on your router table, ultimately creating…

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