Ball Bearing Router Bits

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Ball Bearing Router Bits Router bit, 3/8" dia.

Router bit, 3/8" dia.

Item # 0583
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$26.95

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Ball Bearing Router Bits Router bit,1/2" dia.

Router bit,1/2" dia.

Item # 0693
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$29.75

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Ball Bearing Router Bits Extra bearing for 3/8" bit

Extra bearing for 3/8" bit

Item # 1288
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$5.90

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Ball Bearing Router Bits Extra bearing 1/2" bit

Extra bearing 1/2" bit

Item # 1289
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$5.60

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Ball Bearing Router Bits - Set of 2

Ball Bearing Router Bits - Set of 2

Item # 0565
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List Price $56.70
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Ball Bearing Router Bits

Special bits for templates! Extra-long carbide-tipped router bits produce clean, precise body cavities when used with our templates.

The ball-bearing guide matches the cutting diameter, and the long shank allows multiple-pass routing for deep cavities.

The 1/2" diameter bit is recommended for most of your routing chores, and comes with 1 bearing. Use the 3/8" cutter only for routing corners that need the tighter radius, it comes with 2 bearings.

Sold individually or SAVE when you buy the set of both router bits.

Shank diameter: 1/4" (6.35mm)
Cutting height: 1/2" (12.7mm)

A heat-resistant sleeve (not shown) holds the bearing in position. We recommend stacking an extra bearing on the shank for deep cavities, and use the 3/8" bit only for routing corners.

Tip: We recommend that you change the position of stacked bearings on the router bit's shank every time your re-chuck in the bit into your router. This will greatly extend the life of the bearings and reduces the risk of a bearing "blow-out."


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How (and why) to use templates to rout control cavities

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Product Instructions

Using Ball-bearing Cutter Bits for Guitar Routing

Instructions for using Ball-bearing Cutter Bits for guitar routing.

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4.0

Worth The Price

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these bits were very sharp and worked very well. The directions were easy to follow and understasnd.

2.0

Give me a stop collar

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Would be a 5 but no stop collar...the sleeve is a poor design.

5.0

Set of both router bits

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Perfect size for small cavities. Sharp and precise. Worth the money. This bits only need a top collar to be perfect.

3.0

Rust?

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I have several brands of high quality routing bits and none of them rust. These one does they rust on the edges and I don't know why? I think that the ball bearing is too thin. Otherwise, it does the job.

5.0

good quality

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they cut through wood just like butter

5.0

Cuts Great!

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I bought the set of two and have used them to hog out a ton of maple in my guitar and they have worked amazingly well! I would recommend getting an extra bearing for the 1/2 diameter because I was forced to buy an entire new bit from woodcraft because my bearing broke. But as always they replaced it free of charge!

5.0

the best for clean routs

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they're great by using them with the templates. very useful!

5.0

excellent

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for accurate and fast works

5.0

Great size, durable quality

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These are great bits, perfectly suited to the daily chores of pickup cavity routing, etc. They have suffered much use without significant dulling of their cutting edges and are the perfect size that is hard to find elsewhere.

5.0

razor sharp

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These are worth the money gang, they will cruise though your wood of choice with ease. The extra bearing is also nice for the extra deep routes

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