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  1. Whiteside Locking Drawer Glue Joint Bit
    A key to success when constructing quality drawers is in the quality of the drawer lock bit you use. The Whiteside Drawer Lock Bit is designed to make strong, perfectly fitting joints to secure the drawer front to the sides. The first step is to mill the drawer front with the inside face down flat on the work table. Second, mill the sides of the drawer with the inside face placed vertical to the bit and against the fence while staying perpendicular to the table. Learn More
  2. Whiteside 45 Degree Lock Miter Bit
    The 45 Degree Lock Miter Bits from Whiteside are some of the most useful bits in your shop. Virtually anywhere you could use a miter, you could use a lock miter bit to create a beautiful joint that is strong and very easy to assemble. Not only does this cutter create a perfect 45 degree cut, but it also adds a tongue and groove element that strengthens the joint and makes assembly a breeze. Learn More
  3. Whiteside Multi Side Bits
    A great way to join up many multi-side projects (planters, columns, barrels, etc.).Very straightforward, this joint requires routing a notch in only one edge of each stave (side). Notching also improves ease of assembly and total glue area. All bits are 1/2" shank and are designed for use in a router table with a fence guide. Learn More
  4. Whiteside Rabbeting Bits and Sets
    Whether you're rabbeting the lid of a box or the back of a picture frame, Whiteside bits leave a crisp clean inside corner and perfectly dimensioned depth. Like all Whiteside router bits, their rabbet bit has perfectly brazed carbide flutes, expertly ground to razor sharpness and guided by a sealed ball bearing. The length of a rabbet bit refers to the vertical size of the cutter. Depth refers to the distance from the edge of the guide bearing to the tip of the cutter. The effective cutter length is set by the wood worker while determining how much cutter protrudes from the router base and can not exceed the cutters length. Now you can even choose from 2 different rabbeting sets to make sure you have all of your bases covered! Learn More
  5. Whiteside Rail and Stile Router Bit
    Make rail and style joints quickly and easily with these router bit sets from Whiteside. The interlocking design plus the raised panel groove are both cut in one pass. The ball bearing guides control the cutting depth and also allow use on special profile shaped doors. Ideal for stock from 5/8” to 7/8” thick. The sets come in a variety of profiles. Learn More
  6. Whiteside Reducer Collet - 1/4" ID x 1/2" OD 1 1/4" OL
    For use in half inch collet routers to accept 1/4" shank bits Learn More
  7. Whiteside Roman Ogee Router Bits
    The Roman Ogee profile is available in two sizes, a 5/32” and 1/4” radius. The 5/32” version is ideal for plaques up to ¾” thick. The ¼” is commonly used on heavier material. These super-sharp cutters work exceptionally well in both hardwood and softwood on both long and end grain. Learn More
  8. Whiteside Roundover Bits
    Aside from straight bits, roundover bits are by far the most common router bits that woodworkers need. Most cabinets and furniture employ some edge easing in their design to brake the sharp edge left by saws Learn More
  9. Whiteside Straight Router Bits
    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
  10. Whiteside Standard Glue Joint Bit
    This glue joint bit, like other tongue and groove cutters, increases the surface area of the joint. With this increased area for glue, you'll have a stronger joint. Another nice feature is the single set up required to cut either piece. Learn More

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