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I have several up and down cut router bits.

I use the upcuts when mortising or grooving mostly on "real" wood and use the downcut for doing the same on plywood or veneered sheet goods.

I am planning to buy a up/down flush trim bit - which makes sense for trimming or template work on sheetgoods or veneer

but i wonder - are compression bits without bearings useful if i dont have a CNC???

i realize that with a CNC these types of bits are essential for sizing any veneered or sheet goods....

but for non CNC use - when would they be uesful?

Mike
 
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