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Carbide Downcut Inlay Router Bits 1/8" dia.

1/8" dia.

Item # 5154
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$18.55

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Carbide Downcut Inlay Router Bits 3/32" dia.

3/32" dia.

Item # 5153
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Carbide Downcut Inlay Router Bits 1/16" dia.

1/16" dia.

Item # 5152
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Carbide Downcut Inlay Router Bits 3/64" dia.

3/64" dia.

Item # 5151
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$18.55

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Carbide Downcut Inlay Router Bits 1/32" dia.

1/32" dia.

Item # 5150
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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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List Price $92.75
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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.

Item Primary use Width of cut Depth of cut
5154 For inlay routing and bridge saddle slots 1/8" (0.1250", 3.18mm) 1/2" (0.375", 9.53mm)
5153 For inlay routing and bridge saddle slots 3/32" (0.0938", 2.38mm) 1/4" (0.250", 6.35mm)
5152 For fine detail inlay routing 1/16" (0.0625", 1.59mm) 3/16" (0.188", 4.78mm)
5151 For fine detail inlay routing 3/64" (0.0469", 1.19mm) 1/8" (0.125", 3.18mm)
5150 For fine detail inlay routing 1/32" (0.0313", 0.79mm) 1/8" (0.125", 3.18mm)


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Carbide Downcut Router bits

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It's hard to review router bits when technically it is about an expendable item similar to drill bits; there are good ones, better ones, and the really good ones you make an effort to take care of them like good tools, which these are.

These router bits are the same type that remind me of the downcut bits I used on my CNC machining center years ago. Take care of them and they will work very well for you.

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Carbide Downcut Inlay Router Bits

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Good Quality bits

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router bits

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good quality bit, I used it to relocate a saddle slot on an old Gibson. clean cut with no tear out.

5.0

Great Bit!!

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Great Bit - Thanks!

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Down cut router bits

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The ONLY thing to use for inlay work

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downcut difference

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downcut router bits make a huge difference in tear out when working with softer woods.
could not be happier with the results using these bits.

5.0

Good item

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Good items

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Inlay Router

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Great tool for detailed Inlay cutting and shaping...highly recommended

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Get it!

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I had put off buying this bit for years and just got cheap ones. There's a huge difference! They cut so cleanly and faster because they don't clog up from just burning wood. Now I want the set!

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Precision router base w/ custom Foredom hand piece

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When the precision router base is used with the customized Foredom hand piece & the downward cutting inlay router bits the quality of the inlay designs increased greatly. One can more easily created inlay design cavities that have one consistent depth with clean crisp edges. I also recommend mixing the crushed inlay material with a small amount of jeweler's water clear 330 two part epoxy & then add the crushed inlay material mixed together with the 330 two part epoxy into the inlay design cavity. This method eliminates voids in the inlay material & it also produces much better professional looking looking crushed material inlay designs when compared to the other method where one adds the dry inlay material into cavity & then add a CA glue onto the dry inlay material.

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