Almost every piece of furniture including tables, dressers, desks, and china cabinets have a top. This top needs some form of edge detail to finish it off. This is where the Classical Bead router bit (59-502) shines. It can be used with the workpiece face-up or face-down depending on the desired look. Plus, it can easily be paired with other decorative moldings to create beautiful, classic profiles. A great thing about this router bit is that it can be used with material from 3/4"-thick up to a full 1"-thick depending on the desired look for your project. Continue reading
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There are a lot of situations where being able to round over both the top and the bottom of a workpiece can be extremely convenient and save a lot of time. Let's say you just finished making a stack of kitchen cutting boards for gifts and are now tasked with rounding over all the edges of each of the cutting boards. You could use a standard roundover bit and round over one face then flip the board over and round the other. But you can save time by using the Infinity double roundover and beading bits to rout both sides at once, cutting the work in half. Continue reading
Anyone that knows me or has been in my shop knows that I'm a tool junkie, especially when it comes to measuring, marking, and layout tools. I've got so many tools that I'm often surprised when I open a drawer and see tools I've forgotten I had.
When I had the opportunity to collaborate on the design of some precision setup blocks for Infinity Cutting Tools, I was excited. We had several meetings to discuss what would make the ideal setup blocks for a woodworking shop. Continue reading
As woodworkers we often get stuck making square projects like cabinets and boxes with 90° joints. But every once in a while its nice to think "outside the box" and make something a little different. The 22.5° lock miter router bit set is a great choice because it makes 45° joints that interlock, providing more glue surface and making alignment a snap while producing perfect octagonal shapes. Continue reading