Freud - 99-764 Adjustable Tenon 2-Piece Rail And Stile Router Router Bit Set Bevel Profile 1/2" Shank
Imagine two router bits that create any door in 5/8-Inch to 1-1/4-Inch door thickness range, create "rattle free" flat panel doors, create any length long tenon construction and more. That's what...
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• Two router bits that create any door in 5/8-Inch to 1-1/4-Inch door thickness range
• Adj. shims enable both a tight fit when using plywood panels and the ability to use thick panel
• Unique cutter geometry virtually elimantes tearout
• Bits feature Freud's Perma-Shield coating that reduces heat and pitch build up along with rust
• Freud's TiCo Hi-Density Carbide to maximize bit life and material finish
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Freud America Warranty:
Cutting Tools: Lifetime warranty against defects in workmanship & material
Power Tools: 90 days - 5 year limited warranty
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Freud’s newest rail-and-stile bit sets not only cut standard cope-and-stick proﬁles, but also create full-length (or less) tenons. The key is the two-part rail bit. After cutting the ends of the rails, you remove the top section of the bit and continue using the cutter to increase the length of the tenon. But is it as simple as it sounds? I requested a set to ﬁnd out.
Freud’s newest rail-and-stile bit sets not only cut standard cope-and-stick profiles, but also create full-length (or less) tenons. The key is the two-part rail bit. After cutting the ends of the rails, you remove the top section of the bit and continue using the cutter to increase the length of the tenon. But is it as simple as it sounds? I requested a set to find out.
Product A-, Included Instructions F
Good Product. Nonetheless, there are no instructions that come in the box. You need to go online and find them. Even those that are provided online are difficult to follow. What should be made clear(er) is that the product IS ready to be used out of the box with no adjustments necessary for making standard tenon joints (for 1/4 inch flat panels). Also, there are supposedly optional additional cutters, but there too, there is nothing in the box saying what they are or how they work. For example, would love to make glass doors and supposedly one can use a glass cutter, but nothing in the box tells you which one to buy or how it will work with the existing bits. Was very frustrated that I had to spend two hours on the computer searching for how to use these bits before actually putting to use (precious saturday cut'n time a wasted). Nonetheless, with some decent instructions provided IN THE BOX, Freud would have a five star product.