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Does anyone know if any manufacturer makes a 1/8 or even 1/16 bearing guided pattern bit?
Nothing else will work for my application because the pattern has very small and tight lines. I own 1/16 and 1/8 straight bits, but I need something with a bearing. The best I could find when I do a search is 3/16, which will work, but leave a lot of work for a chisel and exacto knife.
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Check here
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What diam. shank does your router take? If you have an 1/8" collet you can let the shank of the bit be the guide bearing and follow the pattern. (Thinking Dremel).
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Thanks Herb, that is a great idea!!


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Jim if you have a scroll saw you might be able to use that.
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Jim, I have seen Scrollsaw files too , I am not a scroller so know nothing about them, but sounds like a good idea.
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