|Cut Radius (in.)||0.5 in||Product Height (in.)||0.75 in|
|Product Length (in.)||2.125 in||Product Width (in.)||2.56 in|
|Shank Diameter (inch)||1/4 inch|
|Individual/Set||Individual||Number of Flutes||2|
|Number of Pieces||1||Returnable||90-Day|
|Tools Product Type||Power Tool|
A: Thank you for your question! Yes, the 1/4 in. Flush Trimming Bit can be used to rout ¼” thick hardboard.
A: I dont think so. this is used for trimming Formica
A: I believe you will be ok I used it on 5/8 without a problem
A: Hi George! The 1/4 in. Flush Trimming Bit can be used to rout laminate on any substrate, as long as the substrate is thick enough to provide a surface for the bearing to ride against. In general, this means a ¼” or thicker material. Please note that if the substrate is less than ½” thick, the bearing screw may extend below the substrate.
A: I don't know the minimum but I would suggest making sure the surface is as smooth as possible. I used a piece of thin underlayment. the laminate feels rigid but small bumps/dips in the wood will transfer through.
A: I applied Formica to Baltic Birch that was 3/16" and trimmed it with this bit with no trouble. If you somehow chipped the upper corner of the carbide blades, just clamp a piece of wood under what you are applying the Formica to to increase the width of the bearing's track.
A: I tried it. The bearing flew apart first 10 feet.
A: Hi Hollaac6414, Thank you for your question. Yes it can be, hope this helps.