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Old 6th January 2012, 06:41 PM   #21
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Hmm, a biscuit joint is basically what it sounds like.

A pocket is plunged into the edges (sides) of the wood and a biscuit (think oreo) is inserted into that slot, and the joint is made.

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Old 8th January 2012, 10:47 AM   #22
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Canadian Tire occasionally has great deals on sets of carbide bits. They didn't appear to be much worse than the Freud bits I own, each of which cost me more than the router (pawnshop B&D Pro (Elu, like the DeWalt but not yellow)). However, Canadian Tire is sourcing more tools from China now instead of Taiwan, which probably means quality will suffer.
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I go to a woodwooking show up in Baltimore, 1/2" carbide bits $5 bucks, 5 for $20.


btw, there is a perfect bit by Amana for speaker folks, the 47096, bearings top and bottom, i.e can flush cut or "copy". It's $40 but well worth it.

Down Shear Trim Router Bits with Upper Ball Bearing by Amana Tool


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