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I'm fairly new to woodworking. I'm starting to build a coffee table from a book that my girlfriend bought me for my birthday. It uses a double mortise joint. The part that i can't seem to find any help on is it asks to put a edge moulder bit into my drill press. The thing is the "Edge Moulder Bit" looks like a regular drill bit, but i can't find where to buy a edge moulder bit. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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Would they be referring to these...
Spiral Cutters - Woodcraft.com
They are spiral cutters. They are like a regular bit but they will lift the chips out of the hole you are cleaning out, or they will pull the cutter down into the wood, depending if you use a upcut spiral or a downcut spiral.
I've never used one yet but that is my understanding.
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Nope, i wish i had a scanner to post the picture in the book.. They lock the drill at a certain depth and then drill horizontal, do you know what i mean?
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Do you have a digital camera? Take a picture and upload it as an attachment.

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Here it is! Thanks for reminding me about the good ol' digital camera
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This is what it should look like when it's finished. Hopefully anyways
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Theres another thing called a spiral end mill bit that is like a upcut bit but it is meant for use in a drill press. It is designed for cutting mortises.
As your title says, the one pictured is called a edge moulding bit but I can not find anything about it on the net.

O, wait!!! I just found a site...end mills...edge mills...potatoes...pototos.
They gotta be similar...EH High Speed Steel Router Bits, End Mills and Cutters
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Thanks for the feedback. I'll be ordering one right away here!

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