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    Default Solid carbide 2 & 3 wing router bits

    Used, chipping the melamine a bit but still good for solid timber.
    Suit 1/2" routers.
    Cost $150 new, sell for $40 each

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    What are 2&3 wing router bits

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chippin Dale View Post
    Used, chipping the melamine a bit but still good for solid timber.
    Suit 1/2" routers.
    Cost $150 new, sell for $40 each
    some info regarding size -- diameter, cutting length, etc -- would be useful



    BTW
    if the bits are chipping melamine, does that mean they are blunt?
    regards from Canada

    ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by ian View Post
    BTW
    if the bits are chipping melamine, does that mean they are blunt?
    They could probably do with a sharpen, $30-40 each

    2/3 wing = 2 and 3 flute

    Given that they were used on melamine, I'll guess they're 1/2" compression bits

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    Quote Originally Posted by elanjacobs View Post
    Given that they were used on melamine, I'll guess they're 1/2" compression bits
    We're still waiting on Chippin Dale to tell us what the bits are -- profile, cutting diameter (we know they're 1/2" shank), cutting length, etc.
    regards from Canada

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    Solid carbide means they're straight and cutting diameter = shank diameter

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