There are a lot of projects that demand an extra deep reach from the router bit. As a rule you want to have at least 7/8" of the shank in the collet, or as much as possible without letting the woodworking router bit bottom out. In some situations, installing the router bit properly into router doesn't offer enough reach for a certain task.
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Recently we had a need for a new assembly table in the Infinity Tools warehouse. Rather than buy a table that was not quite right for our needs we decided to design and build our own. We are so happy with the end result and how well it functions that we thought a lot of our customers may enjoy building a similar station for their own shops. The great thing is, this design lends itself just as well for an office desk, craft table, or a host of other uses around the house.
If you have ever wished that it was easier to change the router bit in your router, the Eliminator Quick Change Router Chuck is what you've been looking for. It completely replaces the collet on your router's spindle. No more dual wrenches or locking pins to worry about when using a Quick Change Chuck. These chucks only require a 5/32" Allen wrench to secure or loosen your router bit.
One of the most popular additions to a kitchen cabinet or any other cabinet piece is glass cabinet doors. They add a striking design element to the project, give a place to show off that set of fine china, or even help a small kitchen feel just a little bit bigger. The problem in the past has been that there are not a lot of dedicated glass door-making sets available. If you wanted matching glass doors and wood panel doors you needed to buy a glass door kit for your rail and stile router bit set and rearrange the cutters to make the glass door. Then you would still need to make a separate glazing strip (or glass stop) in a separate operation.
Infinity Cutting Tools has solved both of these problems with their new 3-pc. Glass Door-Making Router Bit Sets. These glass door sets are available in six profiles to match our rail and stile router bit sets for making wood-panel doors. These include Standard, Ogee, Chamfer, Shaker, Bevel & Radius, and Art Deco. Continue reading