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Cut perfectly fitting dovetails for drawer boxes, chests and cabinets with these high-performance bits from Freud.
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1/2" D x 1/2" H x 14 Deg x 1-7/8" L x 1/4" Shank Freud #22-104 Dovetail Bit
1/2" D x 1/2" H x 14 Deg x 1-7/8" L x 1/4" Shank Freud #22-104 Dovetail Bit Item #: 46468
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$18.47
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1/2" D x 1/2" H x 14 Deg x 2-5/8" L x 1/4" Shank Freud #22-124 Dovetail Bit
1/2" D x 1/2" H x 14 Deg x 2-5/8" L x 1/4" Shank Freud #22-124 Dovetail Bit Item #: 47543
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$18.99
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1/2" D x 13/16" H x 1/4" Shank Freud #22-122 Dovetail Bit
1/2" D x 13/16" H x 1/4" Shank Freud #22-122 Dovetail Bit Item #: 49546
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$19.99

Freud® Dovetail Router Bits - 1/4" Shank

Item #
GRP32694
Rating:
100% of 100
Compatible with many popular dovetail jigs, these bits produce smooth, intricate dovetail joints. Use the 1/2"H dovetail bits for drawer stock, and the 13/16"H dovetail bits for 3/4" thick carcases. Cut all composition materials, plywoods, hardwoods and softwoods. Use on CNC and other automatic routers as well as handheld and table-mounted portable routers.

  • Features TiCo™ Hi-Density carbide for longer bit life and a flawless finish.
  • Perma-SHIELD™ Non-stick Coating protects from heat, gumming and corrosion.
  • Each bit is computer-balanced and precision-ground for the smoothest possible cuts.
(1) Freud® Dovetail Router Bit
More Information
Weight 0.1500
Tech Spec

47543 (#22-124)

  • 1/2" overall diameter
  • 1/2" carbide height
  • 14 degree angle
  • 1/4" shank diameter
  • 2-5/8" overall length

46468 (#22-104)

  • 1/2" overall diameter
  • 1/2" carbide height
  • 14 degree angle
  • 1/4" shank diameter
  • 1-7/8" overall length

49546 (#22-122)

  • 1/2" overall diameter
  • 13/16" carbide height
  • 8 degree angle
  • 1/4" shank diameter
  • 2-3/4" overall length
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Cut is much better than other brands. Especially if you use Baltic birch for drawer sides.
May 26, 2015
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over 4 years ago
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USED THEM BEFORE
ALBERT W on Feb 21, 2018
for use with leigh dovetail jig
James R on Dec 18, 2017
USED THEM BEFORE
ALBERT W on Feb 21, 2018
I needed a longer shaft dovetail bit; my normal length one keeps falling out.
James M on Jan 29, 2018
for use with leigh dovetail jig
James R on Dec 18, 2017
Problem with 8MM shaft on Dovetail jig.
Louis F on May 1, 2017
Interested in making dovetail joints to speed up furniture assembly
Michael J M on Feb 13, 2017
Just wanted a brand name quality bit at a fair price.
David C on Jan 24, 2017
Building up my shop.
Dennis F on Jan 6, 2017
dovetailing drawers
Lew S on Oct 28, 2016
Needed for project
Richard G on Sep 1, 2016
Quality tool.
Tamme B on Oct 20, 2015
I have used other Freud carbide bits and am quite satisfied with their performance. I needed a replacement for my existing bit for several years.
Craig B on Jul 8, 2015
Use on my leigh jig
Terry B on Jun 14, 2015
I needed a longer shaft dovetail bit; my normal length one keeps falling out.
James M on Jan 29, 2018
Problem with 8MM shaft on Dovetail jig.
Louis F on May 1, 2017
Which Freud bit cuts a 1/2" wide dove tail ?
A shopper on Jun 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 1/2 inch dovetail that has a 14 degree angle will work, length does not matter, and he will also need a 1/4 inch shaft because most guides will not accept the 1/2 shaft size.
Can A dovetail bit be used on a router table rather than a leigh jig?
R B on Dec 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Should be able to use with any jig, but I found that I needed to use the Porter Cable bits because they are slightly longer and I need the extra length.
Do you have a router bit with 25 deg angle i/4 shank? Trying to match an existing dovetail in a draw slide.
freddie on Jul 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I'm sorry, we do not.
what angle dovetail bit will cut a dovetail tail 3/4 of an inch wide at the tip on a half blind joint?
jim a on Apr 26, 2018