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  • 1/4 in Shank 1/2 in D x 5/16 in L Shank Euro Bit for Laminate Trimmers - QTY:1 - 3TWU2 1/4 in Shank 1/2 in D x 5/16 in L Shank Euro Bit for Laminate Trimmers - QTY:1 - 3TWU2

1/4 in Shank 1/2 in D x 5/16 in L Euro Bit for Laminate Trimmers - *KR*

SKU: LT6-4116

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1/4 in Shank 1/2 in D x 5/16 in L Euro Bit for Laminate Trimmers

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1/4 in Shank 1/2 in D x 5/16 in L Euro Bit for Laminate Trimmers

A square bearing may look ridiculous, but the performance is nothing but spectacular. Most bearings quickly foul with the contact cement used to glue down high pressure laminates. That results in scratching, wavy edges, or burned edges. The square bearing-bushing simply slides along the countertop edge, so burning and glue fouling are a thing of the past. The new Laminate Trimmer bit is designed with the smaller cutting diameter and shorter cutting height needed for use in the smaller trim routers typically used for counter top work.

Made in New Zealand.

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Product Group Bits Blades & Abrasives
Category Router Bits
Sub-Category Flush Trim
BRAND Euro Ltd
OVERALL DIAMETER 1/2 in.
CUTTER HEIGHT 5/16 in.
NUMBER OF CUTTERS N/A
OVERALL LENGTH No
SHANK SIZE 1/4 in.
GUIDE POSITION Bottom
SPECS: No
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SKU LT6-4116

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Prop 65 Warning

Warning: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood.