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Old 02-18-2012, 04:47 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Hi John

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I just saw what the " Chip breakers" are on the bit, blow the picture up and you will see little cuts on the cutter flutes = chip breakers..

By the way I won all 3 bids on the bits and should have them in a week or so and I will post a review on them at that time ,looks like they will do a better job than the normal ones.

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Old 02-18-2012, 05:34 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Hi John

Thanks

I just saw what the " Chip breakers" are on the bit, blow the picture up and you will see little cuts on the cutter flutes = chip breakers..

By the way I won all 3 bids on the bits and should have them in a week or so and I will post a review on them at that time ,looks like they will do a better job than the normal ones.

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Hi Bj - Great
Here's the response I got from the seller:

"Good afternoon...

My apologies...this will be a Half Inch Shank...as in the main body of the description...I have corrected it and I think the error arose in copying a previous part number over...

Please let me know if you have any further questions...thank you.

Fred


- onsrudcutter2010"

Sounds like gonna be a good deal all round.
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Could be the same person. I knew there was a company rep as a member here but thought it best to inquire through eBay as the inquiry was about a specific listing and the query and listing are automatically linked that way.
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Good evening,

This is actually a half inch shank . When listing I did make an error on the shank entry.

Chipbreakers aid in removing heat from the material and tool increasing life and performance. Heat breaks down carbide so it useful in removing the heat and chips from the cut.

I did respond to the ebay request as well.

Please let me know if you have further questions. Thanks.

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Good evening,

This is actually a half inch shank . When listing I did make an error on the shank entry.

Chipbreakers aid in removing heat from the material and tool increasing life and performance. Heat breaks down carbide so it useful in removing the heat and chips from the cut.

I did respond to the ebay request as well.

Please let me know if you have further questions. Thanks.

Fred
Hi Fred, thanks for the input. I also got your eBay response and appreciate it. I have just never used a chipbreaker before so wasn't quite sure of its purpose nor what to expect from it.
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You're welcome!

The chipbreakers will also allow you to route faster as well.

Let me know if there is anything else i can assist with.

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Hi

Just one user Review of the Chip breakers bits from LMT Onsrud

Well I'm sold on them super Sharp and they cut MDF,Oak,Maple like it's butter.

I would rate them at 5 + stars out of 5 stars.. they are that good and now I know where I'm going to get mine from..and the price is right on top of that.

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69-084 Onsrud Double Edge Solid Carbide Downcut Chipbreaker Finisher Router Bit | eBay

69-075 Onsrud Double Edge Solid Carbide Upcut Chipbreaker Finisher Router Bit | eBay

eBay - New & used electronics, cars, apparel, collectibles, sporting goods & more at low prices

I want to see the router that the one below fits in..now that must be a Hvy.duty router (Tank router for sure..

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Thanks for the input Bob - Got two of the 1/2" chipbreakers and one of the 3/8 compression bits ordered.. how ya say.. can't have to many

That big boy gotta be for a CNC, large.
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