firstname.lastname@example.org (Phil) wrote in message
originally posted to rec.crafts.woodturning
Got the LM fixed & had some time-- after much set up time on the
jointer I found that this method -- at least for 45 degrees or eight
staves works after a fashon. The router bits mentioned earlier appear
to cut a 90 degree rabbett at 45 dergees, or 30 degrees or 60 deg--
depending on which one you get. Its advantage seems to be the sholder
it leaves for inner alignment, which you can't get on a jointer unless
you set it up to make one cut at rabbetting depth. I havn't bought
any of the three bits yet-- I may try & make a 45 degree fixture for
my router table so I can achieve the same effect with a 3/4" straight
router bit- MTTM
Picture of the bits & method are on page 28 of the new MLCS cat.
Are you referring to the flute and bead bit or the bird's mouth bit? I don't
think MLCS sells the bird's mouth bit, but it sounds like that's what you
need. They come in different angles for a different number of sides.
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