Dado Clean Out Router Bits
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2 flute, carbide tipped, 3/16" cutting length. For cleaning out rough dado cuts and finishing rough stock. The bearing rides on shoulder of dado as the base of the router rides on shoulder of dado as the base of the router rides on the surface cleaning out a rough cut with great accuracy. Also used for pattern cutting, mounting small hinge templates and routing signs. Patent No. 269,348.
See the Woodsmith Magazine #151 Review. "This excerpt is from Woodsmith Magazine #151 titled "Getting a Flat-Bottom Dado". The cuts were made using MLCS Dado Clean Out bits. "Best (Flat-Bottom Dado). To get the tightest, best-looking dado joint, use a dado clean-out bit in a hand-held router. The top-bearing bit is guided by the sides of the dado. So how do you (cut dados)? I've found the best solution to be a combination of a hand-held router and a table saw...The secret behind this technique is an inexpensive router bit. The bits are called dado clean-out bits. And as the name implies, they have only one purpose and one purpose only-to cut perfectly clean and flat dadoes. To do that, the bottom of each bit has two cutting flutes that are ground dead flat. But what makes them different is that the carbide-tipped flutes are short (only 3/16")... Making the cutter length so short reduces the vibration, giving you a cleaner cut."
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