45° Lock Miter Router Bit

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  • $ 14.99
  • Regular price $ 79.99


 

The 45° Lock Miter Router Bit creates interlocking fingers that provide a strong mechanical locking action that makes woodcraft such as frame, cabinet, wardrobe or even closet project much easier to clamp. There is no tendency for the joint to slide out of alignment under clamping pressure, and the wedged tenons tighten up nicely for a strong corner joint.

 

 

The increased long grain gluing surface also helps to strengthen the joint over a basic rabbet or butt joint. Machining parts with the 45° Lock Miter Router Bit is easy—with the bit height set, one part is cut horizontally on the router table, while the corresponding part is cut vertically. The bit is ideal for joining drawer boxes, cabinet parts, and for building 4-sided columns.

 

 

Features

  • Suitable For: MDF, solid wood, MDF, particle board, plywood, wooden door frames, wooden window frames, cabinets and boxes, etc.
  • Sharp edge, high hardness, accurate positioning, high precision, smooth cutting, impact resistance, high toughness.
  • Selection of high quality alloy blade, make blade more sharp and durable.
  • Blade Industrial grade micro grain carbide.
  • Hook & Shear Angles High hook & shear angles allow cutters to slice smoothly into stock producing clean, splinter free.
  • Coating Baked on heat resistant coating prevents build-up of sawdust, resin, and pitch.
  • Applicable models: Bakelite milling, engraving machine, engraving and milling machine, trimming machine, computer engraving machine, vertical trimmer
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Specification:

  • Use the reversible 45° lock miter glue joint router bit to join boards at 90°. The interlocking 45° cuts will produce extremely strong joints without having to struggle to keep the boards in place during clamping. Additionally, it will provide extra gluing surface resulting in an extremely strong and durable joint. When positioned properly, the bit will cut both pieces of stock without having to adjust the bit. Simply set the center of the stock to the center of the bit. Then, cut one piece horizontally and the second one vertically.

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