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Old 17th May 2012, 11:42 AM   #11
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Axminster sell some decent chamfer bits. They should do a 20mm or 25mm one on a larger collet size.

N.B. Do not try to do a full 25mm chamfer in one go. Take it down in stages to ensure a nice even finish.

Using a router is definitely the way to go. Borrow one, or rent one if you don't have one. A large 45 degree chamfer bit with serve you for many jobs over the years so try not to worry about the 25 or so price tag.
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Old 17th May 2012, 11:53 AM   #12
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Axminster Part no: 666161 The catalogue says 25.4mm, but the online shop states 20mm. The catalogue is correct IMO, as you can see when you look at the changes in diameter (D41.3=X19 D47.6=X25.4)

Buy Axcaliber Bearing Guided Chamfer Router Cutters from Axminster, fast delivery for the UK

You maye be able to get something larger, or cheaper, off ebay, delivered from the USA.
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Old 17th May 2012, 02:20 PM   #13
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Thanks Michael , sounds perfect and better price than I've found so far. Will order one up the end of the month . I do have a fairly decent 1/2 inch router, had the choice of the router and circular saw or a table saw when i was buying tools . B and q always do a pretty good job of cutting my wood to size , so a saw table will have to wait.

Think I've made a mistake of wiring them up now though , i'm not sure im going to want to remove them to finish them off as they sound so good :-)

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