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    Dish cutting router bit

    My dish cutting router bit (Freud 99-026 1 and 1/4 diameter) should be arriving any day now. I'm going to use it for flattening twisted boards. But I would also like to use it to make bowls or other designs. So if anybody can point me to some web sites that explore this application I would appreciate it. I tried Google, but didn't really find anything.

    Thank You,

    DKT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dietrich Trenner View Post
    My dish cutting router bit (Freud 99-026 1 and 1/4 diameter) should be arriving any day now. I'm going to use it for flattening twisted boards. But I would also like to use it to make bowls or other designs. So if anybody can point me to some web sites that explore this application I would appreciate it. I tried Google, but didn't really find anything.

    Thank You,

    DKT
    Check out these links, it should get you started.
    Dan

    http://www.woodcraft.com/product.asp...fcode=08IN11NL

    http://www.routerforums.com/general-...wl-router.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Mooney View Post
    Check out these links, it should get you started.
    Dan
    Thank you for the reply, the Woodsmith video was especially interesting. All I need now is some time.

    DKT

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    I used that type of bit and followed this method to flatten my bench
    http://www.highlandwoodworking.com/i...n=Custom&ID=58
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    That link was a good read Doug...... Thanks for the post!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Shepard View Post
    I used that type of bit and followed this method to flatten my bench
    I have something like it based on Bill Hylton's book. The jig really shines on twisted boards, or boards with a lot of distinctive grain that may tear out if using a planer.

    DKT

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