Whiteside Router Bits

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  1. Whiteside Raised Panel Router Bit with Back Cutter
    Cut your cutting time in half. This new style allows you to make your backside cut at the same time you are milling the front of a raised panel. This heavy duty Whiteside bit is beefy enough (and sharp enough) to make a clean cut through oak, maple or whatever you throw at it. By reducing your number of runs through your router you reduce your chance of mistakes while guaranteeing a standard tongue thickness around your panel. Learn More
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. Whiteside Single Bit Tongue and Groove
    Have you ever wanted to make a tongue and groove joint but didn't want to spend the money on a two piece set? Now you can accomplish just that with this new, single bit tongue and groove assembly. What we really like about it was that no re-configuring was necessary. Learn More
  5. 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
  6. 1/8” Down Cut Spiral Bit
    Template Bits are the cutters of choice for any project that uses a pattern of some sort. Placement of the bearing on the shank of the bit gives the user the option of placing the pattern above the work piece for free hand work and below the work piece for router tables. The accuracy and consistency enabled by a better view of the operation at hand, is increased exponentially. Learn More
  7. Whiteside Spoilboard Router Bit
    While developing our Slab Flattener, we asked the fine folks at Whiteside for a recommendation on the proper bit. Their model 6220 CNC Spoilboard Bit fits the bill. Although designed for CNC work, it is an excellent choice when using a slab flattener. 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 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
  10. Whiteside Flush Trim Router Bits
    Flush Trim Bits are ideal for trimming most any project no matter how difficult. Whiteside has both two fluted and three fluted bits to choose from. Both styles of flush trim bits are the perfect choice for laminate trimming or template work. Learn More

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