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Interlocking profiles self-align and increase available gluing surface, making them ideal for edge joining boards.
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1-3/8" D x 3/4" H x 1/2" Shank Rockler Edge V-Groove Bit (Convex)
1-3/8" D x 3/4" H x 1/2" Shank Rockler Edge V-Groove Bit (Convex) Item #: 40362
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$39.99
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1-3/8" D x 3/4" H x 1/2" Shank Rockler Edge V-Groove Bit (Concave)
1-3/8" D x 3/4" H x 1/2" Shank Rockler Edge V-Groove Bit (Concave) Item #: 40368
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Rockler Edge V-Groove Router Bits - 1/2" Shank

Item #
GRP25328
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Rockler Edge V-Groove Router Bits - 1/2" Shank
Mill the edges of your panel stock with these interlocking V-Groove Bits, and you'll never have to worry about misaligned boards again. When it's time to clamp up an edge joint, the parts slide into perfect alignment without any twisting, prying or hammering. The deep channel created by the V-Groove Bit also increases the available glue surface of the joint, creating a much better glue bond. Ideal for applying solid wood edging, and for gluing up solid wood panels. All feature sturdy 1/2" shanks to maximize rigidity and cut quality.

(1) V-Groove Edging Bit, 1/2" Shank
More Information
Weight 0.2700
Bit Type V-Groove
Cutter Height 3/4"
Shank Size 1/2"
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convex router bit
I used this for a special project to route a V grove in the face of a 1 1/2" thick wooden wheel. Client wanted to fashion a V-belt running between numerous wooden wheels so they would all turn together like gears.
This was the only bit I found that could make this happen on a round surface.
Cut very well and solved my problem.
I'm anxious to pick up the matching bit and try them out for their intended purpose.
June 27, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Used the bit to route white...
Used the bit to route white oak. Cut very clean.
December 6, 2010
solid joints
I've been using these on a new larger bench for setting projects on while the glue or lacquer dries so the main bench can move along. I usually build fairly elaborate things for simple purposes - "overbuilding" we call it - There are many versions of this type of things from half the cost to almost twice as much - these worked fantastic once set up on scrap wood. My only complaint is they would be easier to use if there were bearings on both sides of the heads and they were tighter fitting to the cutting surfaces.
July 16, 2018
Purchased
6 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
I was impressed with how easy I was able to join two boards.
June 6, 2018
Purchased
8 months ago
V joint glue router bits
The bits provide a very smooth cut in both concave and convex applications. My only complaint is that they are hard to align and make mirror image cuts which are necessary to get a quality glue joint. Be prepared to do numerous test cuts.
October 4, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Wish it was a little bit wider
The first application I had for this set was to join pine boards which it turns out were a smidgen wider than 0.75 leaving a step on on the edge. Nothing a planer can't fix, still if the bit was a smidgen wider I could have skipped that step.
February 28, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
edge band plywood
William S on Jun 2, 2018
Only place I could find these router bits
Mike H on May 12, 2018
edge band plywood
William S on Jun 2, 2018
This appears to be a better method to glue up boards then tongue and grove.
Philip W on May 15, 2018
Only place I could find these router bits
Mike H on May 12, 2018
Perfect solution to plywood edging.
Charles L on Mar 2, 2018
better option than adhesive edge banding.
FRANK R on Feb 16, 2018
Rocker bits are great........
Gary G on Aug 19, 2017
Making a desk top and several other types of panels
Bruce R on Jun 5, 2017
Special Joining project
George C on Mar 8, 2017
great for attaching a solid wood edge to plywood.
Jon M on Dec 15, 2016
To get better alignment on kitchen cabinet door panels.
John L on Oct 23, 2016
Building knock down table
Shlomo M on Aug 10, 2016
Great reviews. Good video. Set up and use looks easier than tongue and groove.
Mark on Jun 20, 2016
I want professional look.
Thomas B on Feb 19, 2016
I like this option better than veneering the edges
Daren W on Nov 29, 2015
I do a lot of edge banding and edge to edge lamination
Bob on Jul 20, 2015
I saw it used in Fine Woodworking and though I would try it.
JC S on May 20, 2015
Wanted to try something new
Thomas C on Apr 24, 2015
This appears to be a better method to glue up boards then tongue and grove.
Philip W on May 15, 2018
Perfect solution to plywood edging.
Charles L on Mar 2, 2018
Is the groove a 60 degree angle?
Ken G on Dec 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They are 90 degrees. They are on a 45 degree angle from the horizontal.
what size stock can the set handle? 1/2 -1 plywood?
Walter S on Oct 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I only have used it on 3/4" stock, but see no reason it could not be used on thinner. 1" would be the absolute maximum you could cut an edge on as that is the OD of the set. It works well on solid wood as well as plywood; I have not used it, nor plan to use it, on any composition material such as chipboard. Len
The end product in the V groove video shows an angled edge of solid wood. How do you achieve this?
Robert P on Apr 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Use the setup Gage from rockler then set up the convex bit to prepaid the plywood edge, groove the plywood edge. When done with the edge change bits to concave one use set up block and set height of bit so it will match the block perfectly. When height is corect set back gage to required depth. Run your edge pieces from there it is a glue up and you are set to go.
made in china?
Philip V on Jul 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I don't know but the bits are of high quality. This set of bits is no substitute for a set of tongue and groove bits for joining boards.