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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-20-2017, 07:10 AM Thread Starter
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I was looking for a particular router bit and come across one made by MAGNATE. I've never heard of the brand. Anybody know anything about their bit quality?
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I love magnate. I use their bits for my Legacy Mill, and have no complaints. Shipping can be a little high if just buying one bit, but if you are buying a couple it's not bad.

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I was looking for a particular router bit and come across one made by MAGNATE. I've never heard of the brand. Anybody know anything about their bit quality?
Never heard or used them, but they sound good.

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The project was done with magnate planing, cove, plunge round-over, and rope twist bits. I can post some close up pictures of the bits when I get home this weekend if you like.

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I have used then, good bits!
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