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Spiral router bits have numerous uses in your woodworking projects. Master woodworker George Vondriska shows the two types of spiral router bits and the advantages of each over traditional straight bits. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video.

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6 Responses to “Spiral Router Bits”
  1. Hanu

    George, this is (only half) funny – idk if u r aware that this video u posted is incomplete. Ive seen a few vids of yours end abruptly like this, but this is my first time commenting on one of them. I’d like to make the obvi request of u updating it, or enter in a new one, named part 2 or something. I know u wanna empower us w/this knowledge that u intended to convey to us, & we would like to utilize that knowledge just as much! Thank you… 😉

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  2. Robert Taylor

    George…It may just have been light reflection on the bit but, it looked like the spiral bits had serrations similar to a metal milling machine bit. Additionally, do they make a router bit with serrated edges for use in mortise machines for hard wood?

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  3. John Slaughter

    One type you didn’t talk about was the combination spiral bit.I hope you’ll redo this video to include the combination bit.
    One quick note, it’s a bit annoying not to end the ad after the 1st 4-5 seconds like we can with the Titebond ads.

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