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Whiteside Model UDC9112 Spiral Combination 1/2" SH X 7/8" D X 1-1/8"CL

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$149.99
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Product Information:

The Ultimate in flush trim bits – if you use a lot of templates or use a router bit to flush trim, then this is the best that you can buy. These Ultimate Flush Trim Bits are perfect when working with templates or when using a router to flush trim matching wood surfaces. Whiteside’s compression spiral design, with a 7/8" diameter bearing guide, makes this bit easy to use in the router and produces a superior quality trimmed edge. The Ultimate Flush Trim series brings industrial engineered bits, previously manufactured for CNC machines, right into your shop. This Combination Bit has a bearing on the end of the bit and on the shank allowing for a template to be placed on either side. The 7/8" carbide compression design creates a high shear angle for perfect cuts every time.


  • Compression spiral technology

  • 7/8" diameter for higher shear angles

  • Novice approved for creating perfect edges

  • Combination bit design with top and bottom bearing


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    5.0

    Excellent bit for tricky grain veneer.

    By  Dean

    from Davison, MI

    About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use

    Cons

    Best Uses

    • Expensive Plywood
    • Veneer With Tricky Grain
    • Veneered Plywood

    Comments about Whiteside Model UDC9112 Spiral Combination 1/2" SH X 7/8" D X 1-1/8"CL :

    I used this bit to cut some fragile veneers that were being used for book matching. The cutter made great cuts without any tear-out. The cut quality was excellent. Since the gullets next to the cutting edges are not very deep, only shallow cuts should be attempted or use slow feed speeds. I have no reservations in recommending this bit except for the high cost.

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