Internet #202563330

Model # DR38352

Store SKU #403071

0008925088998

1-1/2 in. Classical Cove and Bead Router Bit

  • Use on hand-held and table-mounted routers
  • Cuts all composition materials, plywood, hardwood & softwood
  • TiCo Hi-Density Carbide for flawless finishes and longer life
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Product Overview

  • Use on hand-held and table-mounted routers
  • Cuts all composition materials, plywood, hardwood & softwood
  • TiCo Hi-Density Carbide for flawless finishes and longer life
The Diablo 1-1/2 in. Classical Cove and Bead Router Bit features a Perma-SHIELD coating that helps defend against rust and heat. This bit can help you achieve smoother and more accurate cuts.
  • Designed to fit a minimum chuck size of 1/4 in.
  • Carbide material
  • TiCo-carbide with titanium helps produce clean finishes and promotes a long cutting life
  • Perma-SHIELD non-stick coating helps protect the bit from heat, rust and pitch build up
  • Computer balancing helps result in smoother and more accurate cuts
  • Great for use on wood, plywood, melamines and MDF

Product Overview

  • Use on hand-held and table-mounted routers
  • Cuts all composition materials, plywood, hardwood & softwood
  • TiCo Hi-Density Carbide for flawless finishes and longer life
Model #: DR38352
Sku #: 403071
Internet #: 202563330

The Diablo 1-1/2 in. Classical Cove and Bead Router Bit features a Perma-SHIELD coating that helps defend against rust and heat. This bit can help you achieve smoother and more accurate cuts.

  • Designed to fit a minimum chuck size of 1/4 in.
  • Carbide material
  • TiCo-carbide with titanium helps produce clean finishes and promotes a long cutting life
  • Perma-SHIELD non-stick coating helps protect the bit from heat, rust and pitch build up
  • Computer balancing helps result in smoother and more accurate cuts
  • Great for use on wood, plywood, melamines and MDF

Specifications

Dimensions

Cut Diameter
1.5 in
Product Height (in.)
5.65
Product Length (in.)
2.3125
Product Width (in.)
1.97 in
Shank Diameter (in.)
1/4"

Details

Bit Material
Carbide
Individual/Set
Individual
Number of Flutes
4
Number of Pieces
1
Returnable
180-Day
Router/planer type
Forming
Self-Feeding
No
Shank Style
Straight
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Specifications

Dimensions

Cut Diameter
1.5 in
Product Height (in.)
5.65
Product Length (in.)
2.3125
Product Width (in.)
1.97 in
Shank Diameter (in.)
1/4"

Details

Bit Material
Carbide
Individual/Set
Individual
Number of Flutes
4
Number of Pieces
1
Returnable
180-Day
Router/planer type
Forming
Self-Feeding
No
Shank Style
Straight
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

will these router bits shape stone

will these router bits shape stone
Asked by: Rich
Hey Rich: Boy, that's a tough question, so here's a couple offerings: 1. I've never cut stone, tho I know it's done as I've seen such work but have never watched it done. I'd personally look for a "How To" on You Tube", or try a Google on the topic. 2. Unless you can afford the possible 'sacrifice' of a good bit, I'd do a lot of research first. On the positive, you can cut epoxy, clear-cast and other "softer" materials. I'd maybe try soapstone for starters; see how it goes. Also, bit-speed & possible lubrication would greatly affect the process. 3. Lastly & probably the best place to start, would be to contact the manufacturer of the bit you desire to use. Possibly you only have the "want to" at this point, and not the "bit", so contacting multiple manufacturers will no doubt find you the answer(s) you are seeking. * If you've ever seen a "Granite cutting board" or one for sharpening your chisels & plates for planers" - you will notice that the edges almost always have a 1/4" rounded edge!! Good Luck & please let me know what you find. Dick
Answered by: Dick
Date published: 2019-08-24

What measurement does 1-1/2 refer to? does the rout go into my board 1-1/2" or 3/4"?

What measurement does 1-1/2 refer to? does the rout go into my board 1-1/2" or 3/4"?
Asked by: clubfender
Actually, the cut is 1/2 of the stated diameter; e.g: a 1 1/2" bit will cut (penetrate your work-piece/board) from the edge of the bit - up to the top edge of the bit. So, your 1 1/2" bit will cut 3/4" into the work-piece.
Answered by: Dick
Date published: 2020-02-15

What is the RPM range on the bit?

Asked by: SteveB
16000 rpm
Answered by: Ed
Date published: 2017-09-19

What is the width of this bit, I 3/8 or 1 1/2

What is the width of this bit, I 3/8 or 1 1/2
Asked by: cole
The width of this bit is 2".
Answered by: Communityanswer
Date published: 2020-02-17
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