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Migiwata 45 Degree Lock Miter Glue Joint Router Bit 1/2 Shank wi

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Migiwata 45 Degree Lock Miter Glue Joint Router Bit 1/2 Shank wi

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Product description

Style:1/2"*1-3/8" Yellow

OVERVIEW
The interlocking fingers of this Migiwata lock miter glue joint router bit provide a strong mechanical locking action that makes it much easier to clamp.
There is no tendency for the joint to slide out of alignment under clamping pressure, and the wedged tenons tighten up nicely for a strong corner joint.
The increased long grain gluing surface also helps to strengthen the joint over a basic rabbet or butt joint.
Machining parts with the lock miter bit is easy—with the bit height set, one part is cut horizontally on the router table, while the corresponding part is cut vertically.
This 45° lock miter router bit is ideal for joining drawer boxes, cabinet parts, and for building 4-sided columns.

TECHNICAL DETAILS
Material: C3 Tungsten Carbide Blades; Hardened Steel Alloy Body
Shank Size:1/2 Inch (12.7mm)
Cutting diameter: 1-3/8 Inch (34mm)
Overall length: 2-7/16 Inch (58mm)
Degree: 45°
Number of Flutes: 2

WHAT’S INCLUDED
1/2" Shank 45° Lock Miter Router Bit X 1PC

WARNINGS
1. Use only in a table-mounted router at reduced RPMs.
2. Do not bottom out bit in your router collet. Allow at least 1/8" gap.
3. Keep hands clear of bit.
4. Wear eye protection at all times.

Migiwata 45 Degree Lock Miter Glue Joint Router Bit 1/2 Shank wi

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