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I am looking for a 1/2” shank spiral pattern bit with the bearing on top that can also plunge. Does anyone know of a source for this type?

I’d also like to find the same in a non plunge if that is possiable.

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Whiteside makes them. Freud probably does, as well.

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Look here and they have free shipping on everything. If you only want one thing that is okay.

https://www.hartvilletool.com/catego...al-router-bits

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Thank for the help. I took a look at this links and they do not make a top bearing spiral pattern bit.
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I usually just start with google. Google is our friend.
https://www.google.com/search?source...30.l0dAYpaxY1A

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This is all I could find. Plunge tip with 1 1/8" cutting length but you do have a 7/8" diameter to deal with so if you have tight corners and places in the profile to deal with that might be a problem.

https://www.woodcraft.com/products/w...8-d-x-1-1-8-cl

There are a few with a smaller diameter and a shear angle built into the cutters.

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I usually just start with google. Google is our friend.
https://www.google.com/search?source...30.l0dAYpaxY1A
but DckDuckGo is so much better...

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but DckDuckGo is so much better...
Maybe, but it sounds nasty.

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Maybe, but it sounds nasty.
no maybe about it...
https://duckduckgo.com/

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