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  1. Whiteside 10 Essential Router Bit Set
    Whiteside has put together a very comprehensive collection of router bits for this router bit set. It includes every bit listed by Fine Woodworking that should be in every woodworkers shop. From Straight Bits to Slot Cutters and Rabbeting Bits to Roundovers, you will have exactly what you need to get the job done with this fantastic set of durable router bits!! Learn More
  2. Whiteside Base Plate Reducer Set
    This set of solid brass inserts fit into the “step ring” that comes standard with every Woodpeckers twist lock style router mounting plate or router lift. They reduce the gap around the router bit to make it safer, reduce tearout and to help support smaller pieces of stock. This set includes openings of 1/4", 3/8”, 1/2”, 5/8”, 3/4", 7/8”and 1” plus the retaining nut. The openings are slightly oversized for tool clearance. Fits any standard 1-3/16” diameter recessed hole for template guides. Learn More
  3. Whiteside Biscuit Joining Kit
    The Whiteside Biscuit Joining Kit is a great alternative to costly plate joiners for cutting biscuit slots. Whether it's to strengthen butt joints or aligning multiple boards to create one large panel, biscuit joinery is a fantastic solution. This kit includes a 5/32” Kerf slot cutter and 3 different sized bearings to accommodate #0, #10 or #20 biscuits. You can use this in a router table or in a handheld router for your larger projects. Learn More
  4. Whiteside Bull Nose Router Bits
    Whiteside's Bull Nose Bits are the perfect choice for beautiful edge finishing. Wooden hinges and shelves are also common places for this simple profile. The front edge of window sills are typically radiused with bits larger then the stock thickness. You may want to experiment with a radius larger or smaller than the thickness of your stock to create a unique moldings. Learn More
  5. Whiteside Chamfer Router Bits
    From a gently beveled edge to decorative chamfers in a variety of materials, Whiteside bits deliver smooth results. Carbide tipped. Excellent for mitering long grain edges of boards for decoration or joinery. Learn More
  6. Whiteside Combination Flush Trim/Template Router Bit
    Here's an innovation that's been long in coming, a flush trim and template bit combined into one. How many times have you installed a flush trim bit for pattern work just to realize you needed one with the bearing on the shank? Learn More
  7. Whiteside Corner Chisel
    One of the easiest ways to make a mortise is with your router. Unfortunately, making a square inside corner with a round router bit is impossible. That's where a square corner chisel like this one from Whiteside Machine can really help out. A typical chisel doesn't ensure a square corner because it takes two strikes. With this square corner chisel, you get a perfectly perpendicular corner. It's a big improvement. Learn More
  8. Whiteside Cove Router Bits
    The Cove profile has been part of furniture making for hundreds of years. Early craftsman spent hours sharpening hand molding planes to get the perfect radius. Luckily for us, the advent of router bits has made the process of creating a cove along the edge of tables, plaques and molding pretty darn simple. Learn More
  9. Whiteside Double Bearing Flush Trim Router Bit
    Flush Trim Bits are ideal for trimming overhanging material and for template or pattern routing. The double bearing flush trim bit leaves a smooth surface and reduces the likelihood of dimpling the work piece by spreading the side pressure across two bearings instead of one. Learn More
  10. Whiteside Dovetail Router Bits
    The dovetail is the trademark joint for almost any well made woodworking project. Some of the most common places to find dovetails are on drawer fronts, jewelry boxes and humidors. Not only is it as strong as it is beautiful, dovetails can be made a number of different ways, each with their own unique look. Whether you choose to make your dovetails half-blind, half-blind double, double-double, through, sliding or variably spaced, these joints change any project from average to extraordinary. Learn More

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