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Anyone comment on these one piece stile and rail single bits that work by
lowering and raising the bit...... The price is right but it seems you might run into wood thickness issues....know what I mean..??? a thicker piece of wood would end up with both cuts on it..???? who knows about these..??
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Hi rout1111

They are made for 3/4" stock the norm but not worth a hill of beans the norm

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Anyone comment on these one piece stile and rail single bits that work by
lowering and raising the bit...... The price is right but it seems you might run into wood thickness issues....know what I mean..??? a thicker piece of wood would end up with both cuts on it..???? who knows about these..??


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I have the one piece that Oak Park once sold. Works great. The pic that Bj posted I believe is a Grizzly bit. I haven't tried any of their one piece style and rail bits but, they also don't make or sell junk either. And yes, your stock needs to be 3/4". You will need to create a setup block for it.

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good info
I'll go with the 2 piece
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I have mentioned on here before about my bargain Freud Diablo one piece bit together with the panel raiser, I can only say how excellent I found it, or both, I use 3/4 stock and when I first used it I trialled it and made set up blocks, since when, I have used it a great deal with absolutely no trouble at all.



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