I was wondering if anyone in the group has used a rosette cutter or the one
that has several cutter heads that that lock into the head. They look like a
good idea, but are they good. They say you need a heavy drill press to use
them. thanks for any info or advice.
You need something like a milling machine (the low speeds help too) or
else a very substantial drillpress with a machine vice clamped to it.
In a good setup, they're an effective way to make decent quality
rosettes quickly. If it's slightly dodgy though, they'll pick the wood
up and throw it t you.
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