In the hunt for some dado router bits for a project that is up and
coming. I've searched around and found that MLCS has what I need at a
very good price.
Curious if anyone has good/bad experience with MLCS bits in general. I
like the fact that they have free shipping and of course the price.
Yes, if I could, I go with CMT or higher quality bits, but money is
On 7/28/2010 12:07 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I have quite a few MLCS bits and they do the job very nicely. Assuming, of
course, that "the job" does not mean "lasting forever in a production shop".
Occasional use from a hobbyist wooderworker and the bits should last a good
long time. I've never had one crap out.
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On Wed, 28 Jul 2010 12:45:53 -0500, Steve Turner wrote:
I'll agree with Steve. I've also bought bits from MLCS and am a
satisfied user thereof.
BTW, a couple of strokes of a fine diamond file on each cutter after each
use will increase useful life quite a bit.
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I'm sorry, but you seem to be posting a question about woodworking on
this newsgroup. From current postings I surmise that that isn't
PS No first hand knowledge of their bits, but they get pretty much
universally good reviews on Amazon:
(Amazon.com product link shortened)
I am not sure I would buy just "1" MCLS bit, I think I would opt for a whole
set. Set prices are a very good value.
Yes you will be buying bits that you may never use but you will have them
at a very reasonable price.
When and if you need to replace one of those bits, replace it with a better
brand, CMT, Whiteside, Amana bit. Chances are that the MCLS bit that you
are replacing is the one that you are using the most. In this case quality
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