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  1. Whiteside 470 Undersize Plywood Dado Router Bit Set 3-piece
    These router bits are sized to exactly match today's nominal plywood thicknesses. Set consists of a 7/32” (5.5mm) bit for 1/4” Plywood, a 31/64” (12.3mm) bit for 1/2” Plywood, and a 23/32” (18.25mm) bit for 3/4” Plywood. All of the bits have ½” shank and 1” cutting length. Contains: SC218, 1065A, 1083A. Learn More
  2. Whiteside Standard Spiral Down-Cut Router Bits
    Spiral bits provide a shear cutting edge that leaves a smoother cut than standard router bits. The down cut spiral design provides the best top surface edges, ejecting chips away from the router when routing through material. This design also decreases the tendency to lift thin/small work pieces during CNC routing. All of the Spiral Down-Cut Router Bits are ½” Shank. Learn More
  3.  Amana Tool Carbide Insert Spoilboard Router Bit

    During development of our Slab Flattening Mill, we researched router bits, looking for the optimum fit for the slab milling process. Our favorite features replaceable carbide inserts. You’ll always work with sharp cutting edges, even if you have an unfortunate run-in in the middle of your slab…just remove the screw, spin the insert 90°, and get right back to work. This nifty piece of engineering comes from our friends at Amana Tool, leaders in insert tooling design.

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  4.  Amana Tool 10-piece Solid Brass Template Guide Set
    Expand the capability of your router with this 10-piece brass bushing set. Use your router as a precision cutting machine for duplicating patterns, cutting signs, creating dovetails, or any other project requiring template work. Unlike bearing tipped bits, which can fail, this heavy duty, precision machined, brass bushing set provides worry free routing. Learn More
  5. Amana Tool Router Bit Extension
    This extension for your router comes in very handy when you are using our slab flattening mill or any other time your bit won’t reach deep enough. Only available in 1/2” shank and only works with 1/2” router bits. It is 3-5/8” in overall length. Learn More
  6. Amana Tool Carbide Insert 3-Cutter Spoilboard Router Bit
    During development of our Slab Flattening Mill, we researched router bits, looking for the optimum fit for the slab milling process. Our favorite features replaceable carbide inserts. You’ll always work with sharp cutting edges, even if you have an unfortunate run-in in the middle of your slab…just remove the screw, spin the insert 90°, and get right back to work. This nifty piece of engineering comes from our friends at Amana Tool, leaders in insert tooling design. Learn More
  7. Whiteside Straight Bit 1/4” Diameter 1” Cutting Length
    Whiteside Machinery is consistently rated as the top router bit maker. They provide one of the widest ranges of router bits on the market. The straight bit is probably the most used bits in the shop. We are constantly finding ourselves cutting mortises with the router and when the cut is deep and the mortise tight, we need to grab the ¼” diameter straight bit. To get into tight places we use the ¼” shank 3-1/4” long bit. This two-flute carbide tipped bit is up to the challenge. We are selling these in a three pack, so you enough for your routers and router table. Learn More
  8. Whiteside Edge Beading Bits
    An Edge Beading bit creates a bead on the edge of your work piece to soften the edge. The pattern leaves a half-rounded edge. Making two passes will make a 3/4" bead on the edge. Learn More
  9. Whiteside Standard Spiral Upcut Bits
    The Whiteside Solid Carbide Spiral Up Cut bits provide a shear cutting edge that leaves a smoother cut than standard router bits. Up cut spiral design provides the best control with hand or table routing. When creating dados, this design brings chips up and out of the cut. Learn More
  10. Whiteside Bit 5/8" Straight, 1/2" shank
    Straight bits are some of the most common router bits sold. The biggest reason for the popularity is their versatility. Dados, box joints, or rabbets, just to name a few of the many applications of the straight bit. Using straight bits to edge joint boards is becoming more and more common. Lap and cross-lap, or biscuit joining two boards together make excellent use of the straight bits. Whether used by hobbyists or industrial scale production, the Whiteside Straight Bits rank #1 with all of their users. Learn More

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