7pcs Straight/Dado Router Bit Set 8mm Shank
This 7 piece straight/dado router bit set is is a great choice for all kinds of dado and straight cut routing. The set includes 7 very useful cutting diameters to cut that perfect dado. This set also comes in a beautiful solid wood storage case. The cutting diameters are: 6mm~20mm. The 1/4" bit has a solid carbide insert blade which enhances the strength of small diameter bits. The shank diameters are 8mm.
Straight router bits are the most widely used and versatile bits in woodworking. They are ideal for joinery such as box joints, lap joints, dados, rabbets, mortises and tenons. You can also use straight bits for trimming operations and CNC work.
Package & Shipping:
- Free shipping all over the world
- 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
- Material: medium carbon steel + alloy
- Color: Blue
- Shank diameter: approx. 8mm
- Cutting Diameter: approx. 6mm / 8mm / 10mm / 12mm / 14mm / 18mm / 20mm
- Cutting Length: approx. 19-20mm
7PCS Straight Router Bit Set Details:
Straight Bits Come in Many Sizes and Bearing Configurations:
Router-bit manufacturers have difficulty making solid-carbide spiral bits with cutting diameters larger than their shanks. So for small-shop hand routers you won’t find many bits with a cutting diameter larger than 1/2 in., the size of the largest bit shank. Spiral bits also come pretty much in a few standard fractional sizes up to 1/2 in. Straight bits, on the other hand, go through dozens of fractional sizes, all the way up to 2-in. dia. cutters. Depending on the job you have in mind for your router bit, straight bits also come in a variety of cutter lengths. So you can buy close to exactly the length of cutter you need.
Straight bits also have a huge advantage over spiral bits when it comes to template routing, because you can buy them with guide bearings. And those bearings can be mounted on the tip of the cutter or on the shank of the cutter, depending on your needs and your template. The bearings are made for a variety of cutter diameters and lengths. It is really too bad that solid-carbide spiral bits can’t accommodate bearings a little more readily. With their superior edge cut, spirals make great template cutters when used with collar guides. But when it comes to bearing-guided bits, spirals seem to be available only with bearings mounted on the end of the bit.