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WoodRiver 301411
Item 147247

Round Over Router Bit 1/2"SH 1/8"R

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The anti-kickback design of these industrial quality carbide router bits limits stock feed rate for safer router operations. Solid steel bodies are precision machined to carefully controlled...

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The anti-kickback design of these industrial quality carbide router bits limits stock feed rate for safer router operations. Solid steel bodies are precision machined to carefully controlled tolerances. A final CNC machine 600 grit wet grind on the K-20 German carbide produces a clean, extremely sharp, and durable cutting edge. Bit bodies are coated to help prevent resin build up and make resin removal easier. High quality Japanese bearings are used on bits fitted with guide bearings. This bit is carbide tipped.



  • For uniformly rounded edges
  • Lowering the depth setting will produce a rounded corner with a decorative fillet
  • Changing the guide bearing to the 3/8" bearing converts round over bits to beading bits


Specifications
  • Shank: 1/2"
  • Radius: 1/8"
  • Diameter: 3/4"
  • Cut Length: 3/8"
  • Overall Length: 2-3/8"

Reviews

2.67 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Great ! Cuts like a bit should

    Used it on oak finish was great !

  2. 1.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    poorly made

    For [$] I expected a pretty good bit. This bit is absolutely horrible, the bearing is slightly undersized by a hair so the bit always leaves a tiny groove on the routed piece. When I was doing production work, I had to spend an extra few hours to sand the groove out. I ended up putting a slight piece of tape around the bearing so the groove wasn't so deep. These bits are horrible, stick with Whiteside or CMT. I wish I could ask for a refund, but this bit is just going into the garbage.

  3. 2.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    wood river round over bit

    cutter seems ok but the shank is far too short for bigger routers

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