Woodworker's Journal winter-2010, страница 40
Router Bits You've Never Heard Of
These lesser-known, newer router
bits will make your life easier in
the shop. Some are really clever!
By Bill Hylton
So much is going on in the router realm that it's difficult to stay current. Routers don't fundamentally change from year to year, of course, and neither do router bits. But each year introduces a few novel and occasionally revolutionary bits. And if you aren't paying close attention, you simply don't hear about them.
A couple of years back, a buddy of mine was holding the floor at a meeting of the local woodworker's guild, explaining how to calculate bevel angles and set up the table saw for making sides of hexagonal and octagonal boxes. Partway into his talk, someone shouted, "Aw, you just use a bird's-mouth bit!"
To save you a similar embar
rassment, here's my list of nine great bits or bit sets that you ought to know about. Just in case you don't know them already ...
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Screw Slot Bits: Making slots for screws — rather than simply drilling around pilot holes — is sometimes essential to allow for wood movement or for adjusta
40 Router Bits You've Never Heard Of