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Carbide Downcut Inlay Router Bits

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Carbide Downcut Inlay Router Bits 1/8" dia.

1/8" dia.

Item # 5154
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$19.48

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Carbide Downcut Inlay Router Bits 3/32" dia.

3/32" dia.

Item # 5153
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$19.48

3 or more $17.92
Carbide Downcut Inlay Router Bits 1/16" dia.

1/16" dia.

Item # 5152
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$19.48

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Carbide Downcut Inlay Router Bits 3/64" dia.

3/64" dia.

Item # 5151
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$19.48

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Carbide Downcut Inlay Router Bits 1/32" dia.

1/32" dia.

Item # 5150
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$19.48

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Carbide Downcut Inlay Router Bits, Set of all 5 sizes

Set of all 5 sizes

Item # 5155
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Carbide Downcut Inlay Router Bits

About This Item

The best for inlay work and saddle slotting!
Solid carbide lasts far longer than steel, and reverse spiral flutes cut downward for cleaner, "no fuzz" edges in routed cavities.

To use our 1/8"-shank bits in your laminate trimmer's 1/4" collet, see our #5246 Adapter Collet.

Length 1-1/2" (38.10mm)
Shank diameter 1/8" (3.18mm)

Use the larger bits for removing wood in the middle of your inlay work, and save the fine bits for the fine details. The fine detail bits are fragile, for routing intricate details only.

ItemPrimary useWidth of cutDepth of cut
5154For inlay routing and bridge saddle slots1/8" (0.1250", 3.18mm)1/2" (0.375", 9.53mm)
5153For inlay routing and bridge saddle slots3/32" (0.0938", 2.38mm)1/4" (0.250", 6.35mm)
5152For fine detail inlay routing1/16" (0.0625", 1.59mm)3/16" (0.188", 4.78mm)
5151For fine detail inlay routing3/64" (0.0469", 1.19mm)1/8" (0.125", 3.18mm)
5150For fine detail inlay routing1/32" (0.0313", 0.79mm)1/8" (0.125", 3.18mm)


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Worth the money

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If you're inlaying into an expensive piece of wood, then this is a small price to pay for such a clean cut. I was very impressed with the clean cut it made in Spruce when inlaying narrow purfling in Rosettes.

4.0

good bits

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This are good quality bits, worked good for my custom inlay job. Also used for binding channel which turned out great.

5.0

Inlay Router Bits

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This bit worked very good for cutting the purfling inlay channel. So much better than using a knife.

5.0

Very good bits

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Best bit i've bought for the 'ol dremel to date.

5.0

Excellent Inlay Bits

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They work exacty as advertised. No burrs, only nice clean cuts. Highly recommended.

5.0

Excellent performance

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I only do as much inlay as I have to for an instrument...not my favorite part of building! But these bits created very clean edges. Worth the price.

5.0

Inlay router bit

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I just added a 32nd inlay router bit to my collection. It does a great job. Great quality

5.0

Spiral Downcut Carbide Bit

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I do a lot of inlay and rosette work and these bits just the ticket. Even the smaller bits like the 1/16" bits are very strong and they stay sharp.

5.0

super clean

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I purchased 1/16 and 1/8 bits. They are great for guitar inlay or boxes. Very clean cut, no residue. They are as accurate as your hands and eyes can muster!

4.0

Sharp but stock up on them.

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I use the 1/8 and 3/32 when I fill and reroute saddle slots. The carbide cuts clean and sharp on hard woods like Ebony and Rosewood. I can get around 5 perfect saddle slots out of a bit. On the 6th its goes dull and starts to smoke and rip the wood. I am positive on softer woods you will get much more use out of a bit. Four stars only because of the price.

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