Recessing cutter for producing double rebates. * For producing recesses with a lower rebate. * Designed to accept library/bookcase strip. Ref. C231 is specifically designed for Tonk Strip. 19mm #Rebater #Cutter. http://www.woodfordtooling.com/craftpro-router-cutters/rebaters/strip-recessers/19mm-rebater.html
To suit user preference, the table shows angles from the horizontal and the profiles show angles from the vertical...#DOVETAIL 17.7MM DIAMETER X 104 DEGREES #SPURS (http://www.woodfordtooling.com/craftpro-router-cutters/dovetails-and-dowel-drills/dovetail-cutters-for-dovetail-jigs/dovetail-17-7mm-diameter-x-104-degrees-spurs.html)
Ideally suited for cutting radiused edges at speed, as a side fence can be dispensed with...Self-guided #Radius #Cutter 7.9mm (http://www.woodfordtooling.com/craftpro-router-cutters/radius-and-cavetto/self-guided-radius-cutters/self-guided-radius-7-9mm.html)
These cutters are self-guiding and can be used to produce rebates, lap joints, tongues and rebated corners...Bearing-guided #Rebater 31.8mm diameter x 15.9mm (http://www.woodfordtooling.com/craftpro-router-cutters/rebaters/bearing-guided/bearing-guided-rebater-31-8mm-diameter-x-15-9mm.html)
Wood slabs can make great tables. The problem is getting them flat. The coolest slabs are usually too big to go through a planer or sander, and end grain slabs shouldn’t go through a planer anyway. Fortunately, there is an easy way to flatten any oversized board using a shop-made jig and a router. Here’s how.