Where we see an opportunity for an interesting tool, we love to bring it to life. - If we can then make it huge, with multiple complex cutting faces we get really excited. This introduces the latest addition to the radian...
We design and create the best professional router bits by including as many carbide cutting flutes as possible. Extra flutes mean the tool gives a much smoother finish and lasts longer.
Came very quickly. First tries were very satisfying. Cut very sharp edges, even on spruce top.
What a service and selection prompt delivery as well. Will use again and also pass the site on to others thanks again
totally impressed by the quality of the work.
I am a total beginner, and I managed to route my guitar body perfectly.
As always, a quality tool
We use this in a trade school setting to cut out guitar bodies and guitar necks using templates. Even with the 4 flutes you should still pay attention to the way your grain runs, but this thing works great. If you sand up to a 32nd of your template, it will cut out a 1 3/4” body in one pass. We slow the table router down and take our time to keep things safe. A step above your average contenders.
Leaves a very clean cut, very happy
The difference an additional flute makes is incredible. End grain burn is all but eliminated and the surface finish is superb. Well worth the cost, very pleased with the purchase.
Cuts nice and crisp edge on hardwood boxes I make. so much better than my 2 flute bit.
I have the 3 flute 45 deg bit and that cuts superb crisp edges.
Worth every penny, cuts are clean, no tearout and great manufacturing quality.
Great product and excellent service.
3 Flute Top Bearing Plunge Router Bit 12.7mm x 25mm
Cuts beautifully, leaves a nice finish that requires minimal sanding.
Nice router bit, the three flutes cetainly make for a smoother finish and help reduce tearout when routing my guitar bodies. Highly recommended.
Excellent! Worth the wait for shipping from UK to Australia
We often use weird and unusual timbers, which are fantastic, but they don't always arrive in the best condition. Often the first job to make them usable is to flatten them in some way. Router planing is the perfect way...