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"Triplewing" Router Bits
1/2" shank bits. MLCS TripleWing carbide tipped router bits are at the vanguard of routing technology. Larger cutters with an extra cutting blade (three flute versus the standard 2-flute bits) save time by allowing more aggressive cuts, and therefore, fewer passes. Triplewing bits can be run at reduced speeds, helping to eliminate burning on problem woods, such as, cherry, oak, and others.
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By Al Killian ( NY US)
Purchased the 45 degree chamfer bit for making some miter in white oak. They works perfect, no tear outs. The finish was smooth and ready for assembly. Will be adding a few more of the triple wing cutters to my shop soon. Well worth the price.
By everett merritt (castleberry al US)
I was using 2 flute bits until I found your 3 flute, the difference is remarkable. The 3 flute cut super smooth with a lot less tear out.
By Fred Klein (Okeechobee FL US)
Used my new 1/2-inch straight bit for the first time today and all I can say is WOW! It leaves my other bits in the dust.
By kevin Breitkreutz (Castle Rock US)
I have become a dedicated "Triple-Wing" customer!! THE BEST BITS EVER!!! Thank you once again Mlcs!
By Dan Carlson (Oak Island NC US)
Just got through making 36 raised panels with the triple wing w/undercut bit. The best raised panel bit ever. End grain comes out smooth as silk and long grain is a mirror finish. Could have easily made the panel in two passes but chose to do it in three. I wish I would have purchased this bit earlier. I was using a two wing panel bit from a competitor. I don't know if I can say the name but it was made in Italy, painted red, starts with an F, and costs twice as much. The MLCS bit will out perform this one by a long shot. Will no doubt be buying more soon. Great job guys!
By Robert J Burns Sr (DAY FL US)
Poor definition of product...moved me away from my product choice...almost deleted
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Finally got to my very necessary and hard to find, Double Round Over bit....We use two here at the shop...one on and one in re-sharpening