I'm fairly new to woodworking. I would like to know what are some of
the better router bits. I don't want to spend money on bits that
Also, I am looking for a belt sander. A store here has two makita's.
One is a 9921 for $219.00 and a 9902 for $166.00.
My old crapsman took a crap while building an entertainment center
for our TV and VHS, DVD, Sat. reciever.........etc.
Any words of wit will be greatly appreciated. Remove x from
email name if responding that way.
Thanks in advance.
I recently read Fine Woodworking's article on router bits:
I am posting this with a warning. BUY GOOD BITS!
I only use Freud and Whiteside bits because experience has shown me
you get what you pay for. After reading the above article, I
purchased some Oldham Viper bits and very nearly cut more than wood
(do a search on this group for Viper Bits and WoodChuck34 to get more
You may save 5 or 6 bucks if you buy cheaper bits, but I haven't
thrown out any Freuds or Whitesides after one job.
The following all make good bits:
Ridge Carbide Liberty <http://www.ridgecarbidetool.com/
LRH <http://www.lrhent.com /
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