5pcs 8mm Shank Dovetail Joint Router Bits Set 14 Degree
5pcs Bit Dovetail Router Bit Set contains 5 common dovetail bit sizes and angles needed for most dovetail projects, including small and large dovetail router bits. Can be used with a dovetail jig for half-blind dovetail joints or can be used together with dado bits to produce through-dovetail joints.
Dovetail Router Bit can be used with a dovetail jig for half-blind dovetail joints or can be used together with dado bits to produce through-dovetail joints. 14° X 9/16" Cutting Diameter X 1/2" Height. 2 flute carbide cutters and 1/2" Shank.
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- 5pcs Dovetail Joint Router Bits Set
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- 100% Brand new and high quality
- Using for hand making a drawer or other woodworking
- Industrial quality router bits
- Solid hardened steel bodies with anti kickback design
- Build-up & heat resistant Teflon coating
- Hook & Shear Angles: High hook & shear angles allow
- Cutters to slice smoothly into stock producing clean, splinter free
- Bearing: Totally enclosed & lubricated
- Item: 8mm Shank Dovetail Router Bit
- Material: 45# steel
- Shank Diameter: 8mm
- Body: Solid Hardened Steel
- Blade: Industrial grade micro grain carbide
- Cutter: CNC ground to a 600 grit, mirror-like finish
5pcs Dovetail Joint Router Bits Set Size:
What router bits do I need for dovetail joints?
You'll also need an 8° or 14° dovetail router bit, depending on the joint's geometry. For through dovetails, a straight-cutting router bit is also required. These bits are often provided with the jig, as are the guide collar or collars required to operate them.
How Dovetail Jigs Work?
Dovetail jigs are really just elaborate examples of template routing. The router’s path is limited by a template to cut a specific pattern of pins or tails and the sockets in between. In most cases, you feed the router over the template, which is mounted on top of the jig’s housing. For a few jigs, a handheld router is unnecessary: the template with a workpiece clamped to it is inverted and guided over the router bit on a router table instead.
Depending on the joint, workpieces are presented to the jig’s template with either the board’s edge facing up or a face side up. Clamps in front or on top of the jig’s housing lock boards in place for routing. In the case of half-blind joints, both the pin and tail boards are cut simultaneously. For through dovetails, the tail and pin boards are cut with separate templates, router bits and setups, one board at a time.
Most dovetail jigs require that a guide bushing be mounted to the router’s baseplate to follow the openings in the template. Or the bit may have an integral pilot bearing on top that takes the place of the guide bushing. You’ll also need an 8° or 14° dovetail router bit, depending on the joint’s geometry. For through dovetails, a straight-cutting router bit is also required. These bits are often provided with the jig, as are the guide collar or collars required to operate them. But standard aftermarket bits are suitable options, too, provided the cutting angle is correct for the joint style.