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Want to create strong joints for your woodwork projects?
Get the job done effortlessly with our revolutionary45° Lock Miter Router Bit.It performs a 45° interlocking clean cutwith an optimal shear angleto createextremely strong, perfectly aligned joints.
With the use ofwedged tenons, it provides a strong mechanical lockingthat makes any woodcraft such as frame, cabinet, wardrobe, or even closet much easier to clamp fordurable corners.No more sliding out of alignment or losing jointsunder clamping pressure!
[Create the Strongest Joint] Helpsconnect boardsat a 90-degree angle by creatingperfectly aligned jointswith astrongly interlock. It also ensures the stability of joints with the use ofwedged tenons, providing a mechanical advantage ofkeeping the parts from shiftingonce they’re clamped up.
[Precise & Clean Cut] The ultra-sharp hook and shear angles allow cutters toslice smoothly, producingclean, splinter-free cuts.
[Build Amazing Furniture] Createsdecorative edgingthat gives a unique finish to every workpiece like furniture and decorations.
[Versatile] Suitable for solid wood, particleboard, MDF, plywood, etc.
[Speed Up your Wood Project] Save your time and effort when doing a DIY wood project, home improvement, repair, or store construction.
[Superior Quality] Made of high-quality materials with heat-resistantTeflon coating &anti-kickback design toprevent building-up of sawdust, resin, and pitch.
I bought one to make a night stand with 3/4 thick wood. The pictures show 3/4 thickness but the cutter is too small to cut all the way to make a 45 all the way to the edge.
I do woodworking as a hobby and the bit worked wonderfully. It would have been useful if there was instruction for setup, but I have never received any instruction for setup with all my bits so this was nothing unusual. It was a great value and left a good cut, I would purchase again.
Novice woodworker here. I use this bit with a router table to make edge joints for small boxes and frames. It was easy to use after a few practice runs that let me visualize how the joints need to be routed in order to fit together properly. Happy customer here!
Take plenty of time to set up on scrap wood. Cool bit when you have it set up properly. But overall, its perfect!
Very nice quality bit. I have only used it on softwoods so far. Setup is easy but once you get it right you don't want to mess with the fence or height to do incremental cuts. None of the below is a criticism of this bit. I am very happy with it.
It has the quality I was hoping for. I could have paid twice as much for others. As woodworkers know, adjustment is crucial using a lock miter. Unmatched fitting of a joint have nothing to do with product quality and accuracy. Accurate set-up is crucial with any of them. Work safely.
Works great once you get the depth right. Doesn't come with a setup jig but just run a few scrap pieces through to get it set.
Works great. i'm able to cut softwood with one pass and hardwood with 3 passes. haven't had any problems with quality or performance. works like a more expensive one.
I used this bit on several 3/8" thick joints and worked very well. I do have a larger size better quality bit and it does make a smoother cut. But for the money I was very pleased.
I really like this bit. It cuts quickly and cleanly. I think hogging out the bulk of the material with a 45 degree pass on the table saw really helped. It's pretty simple when you think about it. You need to align the center line of both the horizontal (table) and vertical (fence) pieces to be routed with the center point of the bit profile. It took me minutes to set up and was good to go the first time.
Great for doing the smaller lock miter joints on thinner wood - setup takes a little patience but once you get it right, it' a great tight joint that only needs clamping in one direction. Bit quality is very good, stayed sharp after a lot of hardwood and MDF cuts.
Bought this to make a faux beam to hide the top plate of a non load bearing wall i removed. I could have removed it and patched the ceiling but went this route. A regular miter is the best way to give the appearance of a solid beam but it wouldn't be strong enough and it would be tough to line up over a long span. This solved both of those problems.
Worked great! One tip... you need straight wood for accurate edges, especially on long pieces.
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