Mini Flush Trim with Miniature Ball Bearing Guide

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3/167/161/81-23/322MiniatureLower3/163/1647775 (Mini)
Amana Tool MR0105 Miniature 3/16 D Flush Trim with 3/16 D Ball Bearing x 7/16 CH x 1/8 Inch SHK Carbide Tipped Router BitMore infoAmana ToolMR0105$37.35$28.01
3/167/161/422MiniatureLower3/163/1647775 (Mini)
Amana Tool MR0102 Miniature 3/16 D Flush Trim with 3/16 D BB- Eliminates Burn Marks (Burnout) Caused by Brass Pilot Bits- 7/16 CH x 1/4 Inch SHK Carbide Tipped Router Bit.More infoAmana ToolMR0102$30.45$22.84
3/163/41/42-7/162MiniatureLower3/163/1647775 (Mini)
Amana Tool MR0103 Miniature 3/16 D Flush Trim with 3/16 D Ball Bearing x 3/4 CH x 1/4 Inch SHK Carbide Tipped Router BitMore infoAmana ToolMR0103$37.30$27.98
Replacement Parts
Ball Bearing: #47775 (O.D.=3/16" I.D.=3/32" Thickness=3/32")
Hex Nut: #67135 (2-56 UNC)
Lock Washer: #67129 (O.D.=11/64, I.D.=3/32)

No Brass Pilot = No Burn!
Unlike traditional miniature router bits using brass-pilots, Amana Tool® uses tiny 3/16” diameter ballbearing guides, eliminating burn marks (burnout) caused by brass pilot bits.

Innovative carbide tipped design delivers a consistent edge that eliminates hand sanding & filing. Ideal for small fine work projects such as:

  • Sign-making & routing letter edges
  • Building musical instruments
  • Flush trimming tight corners
  • High production projects

The miniature bearing router bits can be used on wood and plastic, andcomes in a variety of profiles including round over, chamfer, flush, bevel trim and rabbet. The mini bits fit into tight spaces and sharp corners where alarger diameter bearing cannot, making it easier for users to work onfinely detailed work pieces that have intricate contours, tightconfines and narrow openings.

read online review of miniature router bitsView Amana Tool®'s Miniature Router Bits in the April 2011 issue #218 of Fine Woodworking.

WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to
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