Carbide Insert 1" 3-Flute Spoilboard Bits
Ultra-Shear's 1" Carbide Insert Spoilboard Bit brings the advantages of carbide inserts to even the smallest routers. Carbide insert bits last almost forever, because when the edges dull, you just rotate the inserts and get right back to work. These have been around a while in 2" and larger diameters, but this clever design fits three inserts into a 1" cutting circle that even cordless palm routers can handle. If you're intimidated by larger routers…or your project doesn’t call for one…the Ultra-Shear 1" Carbide Insert Spoilboard Bit lets you tackle surface milling projects with any router. And today's most popular surface milling projects are end grain cutting boards.
American Made Quality at Factory Direct Prices
End grain cutting boards stand up to heavy work in the kitchen better than edge grain or face grain boards. But leveling an end grain board should never be done on a jointer or thickness planer. It's not only ineffective, it's potentially dangerous. Until now your choices were to use a heavy router with a 2" spoilboard bit or worse, try to flatten it with a belt sander. Our new 1" Carbide Insert Spoilboard Bit changes that, letting you safely and effectively level an end grain cutting board with something as small as a cordless trim router. To make sure you can use it in whatever router you have, we make it in three shank sizes, 1/4", 8mm and 1/2".
Replaceable carbide inserts originated in metal working. Among woodworkers, turners first embraced them for lathe tools that never need sharpening. Now more and more are showing up in router bits, and why not? Why keep throwing money away every time a router bit gets dull? With insert bits, a new set of razor-sharp cutting edges is just a few seconds away, any time, day or night.
Woodpeckers manufactures Ultra-Shear router bits right here in our Strongsville, Ohio facility and ships them directly, saving you time and money. You get top-quality American-made bits at extremely competitive prices. You no longer have to settle for inferior quality imported bits to save money.
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