Silverline router bits

Hi all.
I'm confused about the silverline router specs on the web site.
the template cutters list shows
CODE DESCRIPTION PACK PRICE
633631 1/2 X 3/4 X 1/2 1 =A32.50
868626 1/2X1X1.2 1 =A32.55
427597 3/4X1X3/4 1 =A35.33
675131 5/8X3/4X5/8 1 =A33.78
282462 5/8X1X5/8 1 =A34.49
245015 3/4 X1X3/4 1 =A35.33
456966 3/4X1 1/4X3/4 1 =A36.28
My understanding is that there are 3 shank sizes but this list
seems to refer to 5/8 and 3/4.
What do the numbers refer to exactly?
Thanks.
Arthur
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Arthur 51
Hi all. I'm confused about the silverline router specs on the web site. the template cutters list shows
CODE DESCRIPTION PACK PRICE 633631 1/2 X 3/4 X 1/2 1 £2.50 868626 1/2X1X1.2 1 £2.55 427597 3/4X1X3/4 1 £5.33 675131 5/8X3/4X5/8 1 £3.78 282462 5/8X1X5/8 1 £4.49 245015 3/4 X1X3/4 1 £5.33 456966 3/4X1 1/4X3/4 1 £6.28
My understanding is that there are 3 shank sizes but this list seems to refer to 5/8 and 3/4. What do the numbers refer to exactly?
Thanks.
Arthur
Being template cutters I would guess - diameter of cutter x length/depth of cut x guide bearing diameter. There is no reference to shank diameter I can see.
PeterK
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PeterK
Hi all. I'm confused about the silverline router specs on the web site. the template cutters list shows
CODE DESCRIPTION PACK PRICE 633631 1/2 X 3/4 X 1/2 1 £2.50 868626 1/2X1X1.2 1 £2.55 427597 3/4X1X3/4 1 £5.33 675131 5/8X3/4X5/8 1 £3.78 282462 5/8X1X5/8 1 £4.49 245015 3/4 X1X3/4 1 £5.33 456966 3/4X1 1/4X3/4 1 £6.28
My understanding is that there are 3 shank sizes but this list seems to refer to 5/8 and 3/4. What do the numbers refer to exactly?
Thanks.
Arthur
Then buy good bits.
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George
Hi all. I'm confused about the silverline router specs on the web site. the template cutters list shows
CODE DESCRIPTION PACK PRICE 633631 1/2 X 3/4 X 1/2 1 £2.50
1/2 diam blade 3/4 blade cut size 1/2 shaft
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George
Well that set of parameters is fairly obvious. But as my original post refered to 5/8 and 3/4 eg
Code 427597 3/4 x 1 x 3/4 Whats all that about then?
The list comes from this link
formatting link
down to list of template cutters.
Arthur
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Arthur2
3/4" diam 1" cutter lenght and I suspect they have made errors and the 3/4 should be 1/2" shaft?
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George
Hi,
They have omitted the shank diameter and which end the bearing is on, try here:
cheers, Pete.
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Pete C
PS they're OK for rough work but don't hold a candle to something from Trend for example.
Above URL is:
cheers, Pete.
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Pete C
"John Rumm" wrote in message
Never the less,cutters that are not worth the hassle of buying. :-)
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George
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I've always been crap at seeing the obvious. Thanks, John.
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Arthur 51
Well their description left a bit to be desired... given they had already described it as a template follower, it seems kind of redundant to specify the bearing size separately since it always needs to be the same diameter as the cutter! The shank size would be more useful to know.
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John Rumm

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