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11 Nov Inch to Metric Conversion Chart
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Inch » Metric Conversion Chart Most of the router bits in our catalogue are manufactured to imperial specifications as this is the current standard for South Africa for the past 40 years. Since most woodworkers work with metric measu..
11 Nov Router Bit Speed Chart
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How Fast Should a Router Be Running? If you've got a router with variable speed, then you've got the power to improve the quality of your cut. In general, the larger the bit, the slower the speed you need. The perfect solution for deali..
11 Nov Which is better ½-inch or ¼-inch shanks?
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I am new to routing and router bits are a confusing subject! Is a Router Bit with a ½-inch shanks setter than one with a ¼-inch? When you shop for router bits, you will probably notice that they come in a huge variety of t..
14 Nov The Pro-Tech Self-Centring Dowel jig Cat No.: PTDJ06810
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A phenomenal tool you cannot go without in the workshop! The Pro-Tech Self-Centring Dowel jig Cat No: PTDJ06810 The Pro-Tech Self-centring dowel jig is an accurate simple-to-use tool that will make dowel jointing p..
15 Nov Guide to Using Rosette Cutters
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A Guide to Using Rosette Cutters Perfect for furniture, home building and restoration. For a smooth finish in stubborn hardwoods, dampen the surface of the wood with a sponge just prior to the last cut. These are CARBIDE TIPPED cutters ..
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