How Does A SpeTool Flush Trim bit Making Copies?

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[WEEKLY TECH TIPS] How Does A Flush Trim bit Making Copies?

Flush trim router bit allows you to duplicate a master pattern or template. You can use it to create exactly the same shape multiple times over with similar pieces of timber. How does it work? First, take the template piece. Draw traces on your second piece of timber. Make a...

[WEEKLY TECH TIPS] What is the main use of a flush trim bit?

Flush-trim router bits have a pilot bearing that guides the bit during cutting. The pilot bearing is the same size as the bit’s cutting radius so that flush-trim bits can be used to trim the edge of one material so that it is flush with that of another. Examples of...

[WEEKLY TECH TIPS] What is the difference between an upcut and a downcut flush trim bit?

The spiral bits originated in milling and CNC work, where the bit was kept on top of the work as if it would be used on a handheld router. This means that an upcut bit will pull work towards the rotary motor, while a downcut bit will push work away...

[WEEKLY TECH TIPS] What are Flush Trim Router Bits?

A flush trim router bit is a must in every woodworking shop.  It is used to trim shelf edges, veneers, or laminates.  Use it with templates to make repeating parts or connecting edges straight and smooth.  It's one of the most commonly used router components in the shop. SpeTool Flush...