Check out: Workshop Tools 1/2″ Slot Cutter Router Bit w/ 1/2″ Shank – 09017

Workshop Tools 1/2" Slot Cutter Router Bit w/ 1/2" Shank - 09017

Slot Cutting Bits are ideal for making slots and grooves for T-moldings, spline joints, ship lap joints, and tongue and groove joints. Cutting slots on a router table has definite advantages over doing them on a table saw. For one, you'll get perfect flat-bottomed cuts, something not all saw blades can do. And, because they cut horizontally, creating slots in the edges of extremely wide stock is far easier and safer than attempting to balance the work-piece vertically against the fence on your table saw. All of Workshop Tools router bits come with a Limited Lifetime Warranty*. Our bits also come with Carbide tipped blades, which are harder than steel and will hold an edge 10 to 25 times longer. Another great feature of our bits is that they are anti-kickback, meaning they have more body mass which minimizes the risk of kickback by preventing the bit from biting too deeply and catching the material. This enlarged body also increases the dissipation of heat and keeps the bits sharp longe
  • Ideal for making slots and grooves for T-moldings, spline joints, tongue and groove joints
  • Cuts hardwood, softwood, plywood, and most composite materials
  • Carbide tipped blades
  • 1/2" Shank
  • Anti-Kickback

Price: $ 7.99

(Price is current as of November 14, 2018 4:40 AM. Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product). +3.5

A brief tour of Amish off-grid, mostly air powered, woodworking shop. Amish furniture for sale .

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    • ri mar
    • April 1, 2017

    just goes to show hypocrisy at its best. if you are going to use electric tools, use them. not try to dance around with a limited amount and wasting time (and losses) with air conversions. all under the guise that the power grid is a "luxury", guess what so are cordless drills and miter saws, these would classify as worldly luxuries. neat ideas but all a desperate attempt to lie to themselves.

    • yggdrasil fuckbabylonsystem132
    • April 1, 2017

    3:59 😀

    • BonyFace
    • April 1, 2017

    Electric power converting to pneumatic is very inefficient, it is used in spaces where explosive atmosphere can occur. Also pneumatic tools turbines should be regularly lubricated. But that train at the end is EPIC! 🙂

    • Michael Brasher
    • April 1, 2017

    Guys, the best woodworking blueprints that I have ever used is here No doubt the most incredible woodworking plans ever.

    • gidget3411
    • April 1, 2017

    we learn a lot from those who came before us-what a great resource! thanks for the tour

    • Kevin Russom
    • April 1, 2017

    the saddest thing about this is how they found a way around not being hooked to the grid
    and they found a way around having cars. but when it comes to the way they treat gay Amish kids they are pure evil.

    • icawn
    • April 1, 2017

    as long as the children can still appreciate hard work and build character with those luxuries.

    • Dottie Kinnear
    • April 1, 2017

    The guy came up with an awesome system!:))

    • TinyWorkshop Design
    • April 1, 2017

    because electricity is the devil!…………

    • Hal Kester
    • April 1, 2017

    Thank you for showing the Truth.. This is a BUSINESS workshop not a hobby. I could list more. but if want to sell against him or think he had low cost products you are out in the sun too long.! If you want shop ideas look for them, but you cannot run your business like his…. or maybe you can. Hals Wood Shop

    • Mirock's Woodshop
    • April 1, 2017

    Strange but interesting workshop)

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