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    router bits

    which router bit is best to use for cutting circles? ive been gettin away without using a router for years and finally decided to get one and just seeing whats the best bit to use.







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    Re: router bits

    straight bit



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    Re: router bits

    Spiral bits are probably best buy straight bits work fine.



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    Re: router bits

    spiral upcut bits is what they would be called.



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    Re: router bits

    Any kind of specific router to use?




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    Re: router bits

    I use a 2 Flute up 1/4" bit. Freud sells em for CNC routers. I like em, its much easier on the router so the way i see it, it is well worth the investment. They are around $20-30. I use a craftsman for my work at home but if i could afford it i woulda gone with a porter cable router. By far my favorite routers i've used.

    Also, if your using the jasper jigs make sure the router is compatible.



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    Re: router bits

    K thanks everyone. Jus seen some videos on em so I'll be good from here.




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    I use a spiral up



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