Flush trim plunge router bits are versatile, useful for template/pattern routing of parts, joints, and internal cuts.
They are essentially plunge-cutting straight with shank-mounted ball-bearing pilots. The template is attached to the workpiece, and the pilot bearing rides along its edge as the cutting edges rout the workpiece, forming an exact duplicate of the template. With a hand-held router, the pattern is on top of the work; with a table-mounted router, the pattern is underneath the work.
Down Shear Angle
- Cuts faster, cleaner and lasts longer than straight angle because of the chip removal speed. We recommend using shear angle in most instances especially where large diameters are used.
Can be used in hand-held and table-mounted routers
- Industrial quality
- Carbide tipped router bit
- Down shear angle