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Finger Joint Router Bit 8mm
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Finger Joint Router Bit

1-1/2" Finger Joint Router Bit

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2 Teeth Adjustable Finger Joint Router Bit

Easy setup finger joint router bits take the hassle and frustration out of setting up a properly aligned finger joint. A standard finger joint bit has a cutting height center that is difficult to locate and align with the stock. We have designed the top edge of the center tooth to be perfectly horizontal thereby enabling you to use the corner of that tooth as the center reference point. The difference is subtle but very effective. By lining up that point with the center of your stock you will have a perfect setup every time regardless of the thickness of your stock.

Package & Shipping:

  • Free shipping all over the world
  • 1pc Finger Joint Router Bit
  • To Korea, Japan : it takes about 7-10 days
  • To USA, CA, Spain, France, Poland, Belgium, Portugal, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and Netherlands: it takes about 12 - 20days
  • To other European countries and Ukraine,Belarus,Russian Federation: it takes about 15-30 days
  • To other countries: it takes about 20-35 days


  • Item: 8mm  Shank 12mm shank Router Bit
  • Material: 45# steel
  • Carbide tip: YG6
  • Shank Diameter: 8mm12mm
  • Function: board tenoning, tenoning joint

Cutting a finger joint on a router table

Step 1 - Position fence and sliding mitre gauge

Position the router table fence so that the front of the bearing on the bit and the fence face are in line with one another. Use something like a straight edge or ruler to check that they are precisely aligned. This will ensure that the finger profiles that are cut are accurate so that the joint fits together perfectly. Install your mitre fence in the mitre fence slot on your router table and set it square to the back fence, to guide the board. Attach the sacrificial fence as well if needed.

Step 2 - Make test cuts

Use your scrap timber to make a test cut in the first board, invert the second board to make the adjoining cut. If the pieces do not fit together accurately you should adjust the cutter and repeat the test cuts until you have achieved a closely fitting joint. Shims are also included with adjustable cutters so you can make fine adjustments to the combs for especially tight joints.

Step 3 - Make final cuts

Once you are happy with the set up of the router cutter you can make your final cuts. You should be able to join two pieces with the top and bottom edges flush when the fingers are interlocked.