Iwf Alert Tiny Router Bits Do Delicate Work For Boxmakers
Iwf alert tiny router bits do delicate work for boxmakers is post about Uncategorized bookmarked by jonathan with ID 1757167133 was uploaded on 09-02-2019 and has been viewed 256,668 times.
It's Day 1 at the 2010 International Woodworking Fair (IWF) and I've seen a ton of tools-not a bad thing for a tool j*nk** like me.As a boxmaker, I was intrigued by a new set of bits from Amana.They're all bearing-guided, but look nothing like the bits we're used to.
Here's why.The bearing on all of them is just 3/16 in.in diameter.That's right: 3/16 in.That is small.And all of the profiles are in proportion to the bearing.So you've got a very small flush-trimming bit that can get into tiny corners (a real boon for pattern routing and laminate work), a roundover bit, an ogee, a chamfer bit, and a rabbeting bit.
They're just the right size for boxes.Standard bits have profiles that can be oversize for the delicate proportions of a box or small frame...