1908-A Biscuit Router Bit 1/4" Shank
Please note that the image above shows the 1/2" shank 1910-A bit (WC# 24D72), not the 1/4" shank of the 1908-A.This is a simple to use alternative to costly biscuit joinery machines. It features a 5/32" cutter, wrench and bearing to cut slots for #20 Biscuits.• 5/32 cutter to cut slots...
Please note that the image above shows the 1/2" shank 1910-A bit (WC# 24D72), not the 1/4" shank of the 1908-A.This is a simple to use alternative to costly biscuit joinery machines. It features a 5/32" cutter, wrench and bearing to cut slots for #20 Biscuits.
• 5/32 cutter to cut slots for #20 biscuits
• To cut #20, #10, & #0 biscuit slots, try the Whiteside 1940 kit (WC# 24D70)
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This cutter is smaller than a biscuit cutting machine so you will have to move the material after the initial cut to get a biscuit to fit.It's not a deal breaker bit you do have to factor it in.
Simplifies bisquit joining tremendously.
This bit is especially useful when doing more complicated bisquit joining.
This bit works great in making pictur frames. I love it.