Not true. I use a bearing guided chamfer bit all the time. It works
great, and requires very little setup time. Without the bearing, I'd
need to dick around with a fence.
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On Mon, 02 Aug 2004 21:04:21 GMT, B a r r y
Sorry, I left off an anti-wrap bracket! <G>
Here's the link:
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Yes, there at least two.
One make router bits that look typical router bits. These are $pendy.
The others use something like the Trend router bit with the
replaceable wing cutter. The knife part of these is a flat carbide
sheet, held in a re-usable holder. Any toolmaker that can grind knife
tooling in carbide can make up cutters for these. You can find one in
a decent-sized city and the price is more reasonable.
However you have to have a pretty weird shape in mind before you can't
already get it off the shelf.
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