Groove Router Bits Buying Guide
Groove router bits seem like they should be pretty straightforward, but there are a multitude of variables to consider. What size material are you using? Is it a squared joint or would you like a V in the groove? Do you need it to be adjustable? Will it be used for a rail & stile application, paneling or flooring? If it's for flooring, is it new or an existing replacement? If you have trouble deciding or have a special application, let us know and we can help.
How to use two pieces of tongue and groove router bits?
In this method, we will use both bits for tongue and groove cut. This method is similar to the previous method, the difference is that there was only one piece of bit and here, we use two bits separately.
- Step 1: Take two pieces of tongue and groove bits. One for tongue cut and the other for groove cut.
- Step 2: Place one bit for tongue cut in the router table and adjust the fence and we do in the previous method and fix the fence.
- Step 3: Now move the piece of wood along the bit with the supporting material. You will see the tongue cut.
- Step 4: Now change the router bit and use another but for groove cut. Make sure that the router table is unplugged during changing the router bit.
- Step 5: Move the other piece of wood along the router bit this will give you the groove cut.
- Step 6: Now join both the pieces to check whether it makes a proper and exact cut or not. You can see the proper joints.