Rabbet joint router bit, make a hidden wall door - Test Out

Categories: Wood Shoe Rack Plans | Author: admin 19.04.2015

Learn the basics of cutting rabbets and grooves, where they're appropriate, and how to reinforce them. Sometimes woodworkers use a stopped dado (or rabbet or groove) so it doesn't show at the front of the cabinet sides.
Another great way to cut dadoes is with a router, using a simple T-square jig you can make yourself. This set is a fast and accurate way to produce inset door and drawer faces, cut strong rabbeted joints, inset the backs of cabinets and much more.


Our exclusive new rabbeting router bit set is a fast and accurate way to produce inset door and drawer faces, cut strong rabbeted joints, inset the backs of cabinets and much more. It is usually sized to accept another board that fits into it, and it is a simple way to join the corners of cabinets, or to hide a cabinet’s back.
By the way, a dado set is also the quickest way to make grooves and rabbets, too, though a router also works really well for all of these cuts. Actually,learning the basics of cutting rabbets and grooves, where they're appropriate, and how to reinforce them is the first step, creating your own pieces of furniture is the next one!


Nicest finish Ive had using bits and i like the markings on the bearings that tell u which size without having to figure it out.
Thanks to it's agressive shear angle, the router bit will deliver a glass-smooth finish on your workpiece.



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