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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-30-2005, 02:47 PM Thread Starter
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I attended the woodworking show in Chicago a couple of months ago. I was at the router demonstration at the Porter Cable booth and the demonstrator spoke of 6 router bits that could, with minor variations, do a lot of different operations. I unfortunately did not have a pen with me, for some odd reason.

I was wondering if someone on this board could help me out with what 6 bits he mentioned? Maybe they did the same presentation in other cities, so if you know, from whatever show you went to, could you please let me know.

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HI Andrew,
Do you mean the show in Villa Park? At any rate, why not contact them direct at:
http://www.portercable.com/
Hit "about us" and then "contact" - I've had them answer some pretty obscure questions for me!
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Have a look at Infinity Router bits they have a set with 1/2" shanks they call the essential six for $99.50,if you add a 5/16" roman ogee that will cover most of the basic routing we all do. I'm sure this set was put together at the request of awoodworking magazine,but I don't remember which one.

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"Wood" magazine had an article in an issue about just this question. I don't recall which issue, but it was printed in the last year. One of the router bit companies in the US, I think "white" actually produced a set of six bits based on this list.
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