Model#: FEUN34-128
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Freud 34-128 3/4 in. Round Over Router Bit

  • Freud 34-128 3/4 in. Round Over Router Bit
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An industry leader for over 50 years, the Freud name equals quality, precision and craftsmanship. Freud router bits feature Freud made TiCo Hi-Density Carbide for maximum cutting life. Each bit is individually balanced, giving a cut above the rest.
Soften furniture edges and create decorative beads with Freud's Round Over bits.
Features:
  • Freud's Quadra-Cut cutter design provides a smooth sanded finish without the rework
  • Shear angle provides the smoothest cut available
  • Bits can be equipped with a Freud 62-102 bearing for beading work
  • Cuts composite materials such as plywoods, hardwoods and softwoods
  • For use on hand-held and table-mounted portable routers
  • Precision ground carbide with titanium for long life
  • Anti-kickback design for safety
  • Individually computer balanced for vibration-free operation
  • Covered by Freud's limited lifetime warranty
Includes:
  • 3/4 in. Round Over Router Bit - 34-128

Specifications

Length: 2.875 in.
Bearing Diameter: 1/2-in
Diameter: 2 in.
Large Radius: 3/4-in
Shank Diameter: 1/2 in.
Type: Round Over Bits

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Breaking News... !!
Be careful installing the bit into the router, It's really "Nice and Sharp" ask my doctor. works well on any thickness of wood. Just adjust the height of the router table. You can never have enough router bits.
March 1, 2013

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