Chamfering the Edge Router Bit Video
For Your Safety
- The methods illustrated here are only intended for use with a table router.
- Make certain that the workpiece is secured and that all components of the fixture are securely fastened to the table.
- Use a guard, eye and hearing protection at all times.
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Watch as our friend Keith from Instagram @kjsawdust cut the underside of his solid wood cutting board using the Amana Tool® carbide tipped 45° chamfer router bit item no. 49406.
Keith says he could have done this in multiple passes using his router table, but wanted to put this bit "through the ringer". He continues to say "the tool performed superbly. Had a couple burn marks to clean up, but that was it". ToolsToday provided product.
Music "Fettuccine 44" by www.aampletunes.com.
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Tool Used in Video:
- Amana Tool 49406 Carbide Tipped Chamfer 45 Degree x 2-3/8 D x 1 Inch CH x 1/2 SHK w/ Lower Ball Bearing Router Bit