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Router Bits for Beginners

For more details visit: http://www.rockler.com/how-to/beginners-guide-choosing-router-bits/ . In this video the most common types of router bits are explaine… Rockler High Chair Hardware for Removeable Tray This quick-release tray hardware allows you to easily slip the food tray of your high chair on and off for easy access and ease of Read more

Setting Your Router Speed Correctly

The following content is syndicated content. Router bits are available in a wide variety of sizes and shapes. Each bit has a specific task, but in order to operate properly, the bit must spin at the proper speed. This means that you need to know the RPM settings for your adjustable router before installing and […] Read more
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A Beginner’s Guide to Choosing Router Bits

The following content is syndicated content. You've finally got that new router, and you're eager to use it. High-tech as it is, though, it's toothless without router bits. But which bits should you buy? If you haven't used a router much, the options can be dizzying. Here's what you need to know to make informed […] Read more
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Use Your Router Bits Wisely

The following content is syndicated content. A router is nothing more than a driver for the various router bits that can be installed into the collet. The bits are the creator of all of the really interesting edge profiles that you can apply to the edge of a piece of wood. How can you get […] Read more
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Using Your Router Bits

The following content is syndicated from Woodworker’s Journal. When it gets right down to it, a router could be likened to a big blender motor with a collet on the end of the shaft. A good router will be variable speed and have enough torque to spin the router bits through the wood, but it’s […] Read more
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Porter-Cable 43908 Solid Surface Replacement Router Bit Bearing

The Porter-Cable 43908 1/4-inch I.D. x 5/8-inch O.D. Replacement Router Bit Bearing will help keep your ball-bearing piloted router bits performing at their peak. Over time, the ball-bearing pilot on a router bit becomes less efficient as it goes through normal wear or is contaminated with debris.Features:Outer diameter: 1/4-inchInner diameter: Read more
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Porter-Cable 43909 Solid Surface Replacement Bearing for Router Bits

The Porter-Cable 43909 Solid Surface Replacement Bearing for Router Bit is a replacement for your 5/8-inch pilot bearing. Simply remove your old bearing and replace it with this unit. Features: Outside diameter of 5/8-inch Inside diameter of 1/4-inch What's In The Box: Porter-Cable 43909 Solid Surface Replacement Bearing for Router Bits Best Read more
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Porter-Cable 43409 3/8-inch x 3/16-inch Pilot Bearing for Router Bit

The Porter-Cable 43409 3/8-inch x 3/16-inch Pilot Bearing for Router Bit will help you keep your ball bearing piloted router bits perform just as they did new. The Porter-Cable 43409 can also be used to modify the cutting width of bits when added as a smaller or larger bearing than standard. Features:Can also be used to […] Read more
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Porter Cable 43213PC 3/8-Inch 90-Degree V-Groove Router Bit

Porter-Cable Professional Edge router bits are constructed of 4140 Alloy Steel, a harder grade of steel than standard cast steel bit bodies. The carbide tips are created from a specially blended micrograin carbide for superior results and longer lasting sharpness. This bit is great for cutting v-shaped grooves for projects such as sign work, Read more
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Porter-Cable 43217 1-1/16-inch Replacement Ball Bearing for Router Bits

The Porter-Cable 43217 1-1/16-inch Replacement Ball Bearing for Router Bits will help you keep your ball bearing piloted router bits performing just as they did new. The Porter-Cable 43217 can also be used to modify the cutting width of bits when added as a smaller or larger bearing than standard.  Features: Can also be used […] Read more
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