Router Bit for Binding

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Carbide-tipped! For routing binding channels, the carbide tips stay sharp longer than steel. Small diameter is ideal for tight curves, too.

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Router Bit for Binding

Item # 4032
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Carbide-tipped! For routing binding channels, the carbide tips stay sharp longer than steel. Small diameter is ideal for tight curves, too.

Binding router bit for Dremel & Foredom tools.
To use our 1/8"-shank bits in your laminate trimmer's 1/4" collet, use our Adapter Collet.

Cutter diameter 5/16" (7.94mm)
Shank diameter 1/8" (3.18mm)
Cutting height 3/8" (9.52mm)

Use this bit with our Binding Router Guide when routing the edges of archtop instruments, where a standard router base won't work.


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Router Bit for Binding

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4.5
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5.0

Good!

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What to tell? It is simply ordinary sharp tool. If it is necessary to you, it is possible to take.

2.0

buf...

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Not a good tool, not stable without bearing . I prefer Binding Router Bit and Bearings

5.0

A sharp performer

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In conjunction with the Precision Router and Edge Guide the #4032 produces a really sharp ledge for the binding. I needed to do no clean-up by hand at all. The most difficult part is summoning the courage for the first cut!

5.0

Lasted more than 20 years!

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I bought my first router bit like this one so long ago, I can't remember. It has to be more than 20 years. I have used it to build more than 35 instruments not to mention many other chores. So, recently I thought it was time to get another even though the old one is still fairly sharp. The new one works even better. I used it to route the binding slots on the mandolin in the photo.

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