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Craftsman  2 Pc. Ogee Stile & Rail Carbide Router Bit, 1/4 in. Shank

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Product Overview:
Carbide Cutting Tip: Yes
Maximum RPM: 25000
Number of Cutting Edges: 2
Quantity: Sets
Quantity in Set: 1
Router Bit Type: Stile and Rail
Case:
Case Included: Yes
Dimensions and Weight:
Overall Dimensions: 1 5/8 x 2 13/16
Shank: 1/4 in.

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2-Pc Ogee Stile and Rail Carbide Router Bit Crafts Flawless Frames and Panels

Create perfectly crafted frames every time with the Craftsman 2-pc ogee stile and rail carbide router bit. This bit features a carbide cutting tip to help you make your cuts with outstanding accuracy and can deliver a 25000 RPM. It uses two cutting edges to cut grooves of different widths and the 1/4 inch shank blades are interchangeable, so you can make both stile and rail cuts with ease. You can make flawless frames and panels and add impressive decorative detail to your work pieces.

The 2-pc ogee stile and rail carbide router bit is built for smooth operation and longevity. High grade carbide ensures great performance and is uniform grain to increase lasting durability. The bit has an alloy steel body which is heat treated to guarantee sturdiness. It is also designed to be relief ground and face form to deliver easy operation. With this bit design, you get two bits in one to make perfect frame members for all your pieces.

  • Make perfect frames for your work pieces with the Craftsman 2-pc ogee stile and rail carbide router bit
  • Design features a carbide cutting tip to help you make cuts with impressive precision
  • Can deliver an astounding 25000 RPM
  • Uses two cutting edges for produce grooves of varying widths
  • Interchangeable blades allows you to make both stile and rail cuts effortlessly
  • High grade uniform grain carbide delivers the performance and durability you need
  • Body is made of alloy steel that is heat treated for hardiness
  • Designed to be face form and relief ground for smoother operation
  • Ideal for crafting frames and panels and adding a decorative touch to your work pieces

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Added on July 26, 2010

 

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5 Reviewers (56.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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DMS
Jul 23 , 2012
Instructions
I used this set to create cabinet doors about 15 years ago, they are still great. Now I need to make some more. But without the instructions that came with the bit it will be difficult. I see no way to obtain them other than buying a new set.
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BSHANE
Feb 3 , 2008
2 stars
I purchased two of these bits thinking that I could save some time by not having to switch the cutters around to make the "second" cut. When i opened the bit there was excessive dried, crusty "packing grease", so the store associate called it which had to be removed by soaking the bit in lacquer thinner and carefully scraping away with a plastic scraper, so not to scratch the bit. When the bit was finally placed into my router, I noticed a difference in the spacer depth and the cutter depth. The spacer was 3/8" and the cutter was 1/4". When the cuts were made, the joints didnt fit together properly and were not up to my standards. Upon review of the instructions, I found out that I was supposed to make each cut separately, i.e. first make the ogee cut, then rearrange the bit and make the straight cut, then repeat the process to make the joining piece. When it is finally completed it is suggesting that you would have to make four cuts just to get one joint, which completely defeats the purpose of purchasing two bits. I returned my bits to the Sears store with no problem. If you have the time, I am sure these bits would work well for you, but that just isnt what i had in mind for making my door frames. I dont know if all the bits are like this or perhaps i just recieved two from a bad bunch.
 

jozel

Los Angeles, CA

Feb 6 , 2014
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jozel

very good product craftsman stand for quality. This bit is a excellent buy and the price is very affordable.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Jan 29 , 2014
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I like it

It was a little confusing to get to work right at first but after a few practice runs I was able to get everything to work right. I his product helped save me some money, I was using L brackets and glue so secure corner joints before. Now after using this all I need is a little bit of glue.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Mar 16 , 2013
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more trouble than it's worth

This may be a good product but without the instructions you will be scratching your head trying to figure out the different combinations to pull this operation off. My advice to anyone making cabinet doors is just buy a matched set. It's enough work just trying to make a good looking paneled door without having to figure out this router bit. If Craftsman had a link(WEB SIGHT) to show the different combinations for cutting rails and stiles, then I would recommend this item. I haven't used my bit for a while so it took some time to get it right. A matched pair of bits isn't that much more money. Good Luck


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DMS

Rohnert Park, CA

Jul 23 , 2012
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Instructions

I used this set to create cabinet doors about 15 years ago, they are still great. Now I need to make some more. But without the instructions that came with the bit it will be difficult. I see no way to obtain them other than buying a new set.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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WayneGilbert

Ruther Glen, VA

Nov 16 , 2011
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My doors look Great now!

A nice tool to make doors with, everybody that see the doors think I have been making them for a long time take a look

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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beemer2ride

Millersburg, MI

Oct 19 , 2010
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Ogee Style Router Bit not useful on thicker wood

Because the router bit sections are once inch thick the three sections will join two boards that are about one inch thick.   Thicker boards require using the sections of the bit adjusted to different heights and this leads to errors and a poor fit.   First cut with the bit burnt the wood in places.   Packaging should have been maked as to the size of the wood it was designed for.  


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BSHANE

Kansas City, MO

Feb 3 , 2008
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2 stars

I purchased two of these bits thinking that I could save some time by not having to switch the cutters around to make the "second" cut. When i opened the bit there was excessive dried, crusty "packing grease", so the store associate called it which had to be removed by soaking the bit in lacquer thinner and carefully scraping away with a plastic scraper, so not to scratch the bit. When the bit was finally placed into my router, I noticed a difference in the spacer depth and the cutter depth. The spacer was 3/8" and the cutter was 1/4". When the cuts were made, the joints didnt fit together properly and were not up to my standards. Upon review of the instructions, I found out that I was supposed to make each cut separately, i.e. first make the ogee cut, then rearrange the bit and make the straight cut, then repeat the process to make the joining piece. When it is finally completed it is suggesting that you would have to make four cuts just to get one joint, which completely defeats the purpose of purchasing two bits. I returned my bits to the Sears store with no problem. If you have the time, I am sure these bits would work well for you, but that just isnt what i had in mind for making my door frames. I dont know if all the bits are like this or perhaps i just recieved two from a bad bunch.


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BSHANE

Kansas City, MO

Feb 3 , 2008
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2 stars

I purchased two of these bits thinking that I could save some time by not having to switch the cutters around to make the "second" cut. When i opened the bit there was excessive dried, crusty "packing grease", so the store associate called it which had to be removed by soaking the bit in lacquer thinner and carefully scraping away with a plastic scraper, so not to scratch the bit. When the bit was finally placed into my router, I noticed a difference in the spacer depth and the cutter depth. The spacer was 3/8" and the cutter was 1/4". When the cuts were made, the joints didnt fit together properly and were not up to my standards. Upon review of the instructions, I found out that I was supposed to make each cut separately, i.e. first make the ogee cut, then rearrange the bit and make the straight cut, then repeat the process to make the joining piece. When it is finally completed it is suggesting that you would have to make four cuts just to get one joint, which completely defeats the purpose of purchasing two bits. I returned my bits to the Sears store with no problem. If you have the time, I am sure these bits would work well for you, but that just isnt what i had in mind for making my door frames. I dont know if all the bits are like this or perhaps i just recieved two from a bad bunch.


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woodywoodworker

, Kentucky

Jul 28 , 2007
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Fantastic product for the price.

I bought this bit several years ago and have used it without any problems. My only suggestion is to buy two and have them set up to do both cuts so you just have to interchange the bits in the router. However, if you are on a budget, like I was when i bought this product you can get by with just the single bit. I also suggest making a jig to get your heights correct and keeping that jig around to make your life easier.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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