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With its integral guide bearing, this beading bit is easy to use either freehand or in a router table.
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Product Name Price Qty
7/8'' D x 9/16'' H x 1/8'' R x 1/4'' Shank Rockler Edge Beading Bit
7/8'' D x 9/16'' H x 1/8'' R x 1/4'' Shank Rockler Edge Beading Bit Item #: 91804
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$34.99
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1'' D x 11/16'' H x 3/16'' R x 1/4'' Shank Rockler Edge Beading Bit
1'' D x 11/16'' H x 3/16'' R x 1/4'' Shank Rockler Edge Beading Bit Item #: 91815
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$37.99
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Rockler Edge Beading Router Bits - 1/4" Shank

Item #
GRP2126_1
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Rockler Edge Beading Router Bits - 1/4" Shank Rockler Edge Beading Router Bits - 1/4" Shank Rockler Edge Beading Router Bits - 1/4" Shank
Rockler Edge Beading Router Bits - 1/4" Shank
With its integral 1/2" guide bearing, this beading bit is a snap to use. There is no need to set the depth of cut with a fence, and you can even use the bit without a router table at all. The bit also features a taller section at the top of the carbide, which allows you more freedom to adjust the size of the upper step. Of course, you can also adjust it flush if no step is desired. A classic profile for cabinet work and architectural features, it makes an ideal beaded molding for wrapping doors and drawer fronts. 1/4" shank.
(1) Rockler Edge Beading Router Bit, 1/4" Shank
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Weight 0.0900
Tech Spec No
Tech Docs No
Bit Type Beading
Diameter No
Cutter Height No
Shank Size No
Flutes No
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Nice bit.
Well made cuts cleanly without burning.
Post assembly in raw wood.
Pre assembly after dimensioning, beveling and beading.
May 1, 2018
Purchased
6 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
I used this bit to make...
I used this bit to make molding. It worked very well.
November 14, 2008
The bead bit worked great on...
The bead bit worked great on stretchers for tables. Did a smooth job without burning.
October 23, 2008
Great product. Used this cutter for...
Great product. Used this cutter for a drawer bead and bead for the wood feet. It is a good value and has a very sharp cutting edge that reduces chip-out.
July 19, 2011
I used the bead bit to...
I used the bead bit to make trim for my new home office this bit did a nice job.
February 7, 2008
Expensive!
It works fine but I could have purchased it elsewhere and saved a lot of money .
May 2, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Why did you choose this?
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My husband asked me to order this bit.
Mary Ellen K on Aug 9, 2018
Duplicating end panel from Kitchen cabinets to use as valance over sink
Dennis N on Oct 3, 2017
My husband asked me to order this bit.
Mary Ellen K on Aug 9, 2018
I am using it for a side table project.
Charles A on Apr 9, 2018
Duplicating end panel from Kitchen cabinets to use as valance over sink
Dennis N on Oct 3, 2017
Creating edge molding for my table projects!
Jim J on Sep 14, 2017
create trim around drawers and doors
James F on Aug 27, 2017
Needed this size, found it here.
TED B on May 30, 2017
Match existing drawer
Jeff S on Nov 2, 2016
Wanted a round bead on the edges of legs on bedside tables. This bit gave me just what I was looking for in just two passes.
Gordon K on Jan 1, 2016
I am using it for a side table project.
Charles A on Apr 9, 2018
Creating edge molding for my table projects!
Jim J on Sep 14, 2017
The table of specs shows a 1/8" radius of bead cut; the description shows 3/16" radius. Which is correct

The drawing shows a radius of 1/8" for part number 91815; however, the description shows 3/16" radius. Which is correct?
Dixon L on Dec 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The radius of the short "bottom" cut, as in the picture above is 1/8". The radius of the "top' cut as shown in the picture above is 3/16". The radius of the cut (the width of the inside of the curve) is 1/8" If you look at the picture of the wood cut behind the bit you can probably see the difference. Depending on how you adjust the bit in a router table you can get just the 1/8" radius all around. Hope this helps.