3 in 1 flush trim bits for MDF/laminates

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1/2" 1/2" 2-9/64" 1/4" 807.128.11 Buy now Available
5/8" 3/4" 2-11/32" 1/4" 807.190.11 Buy now Available
5/8" 3/4" 2-19/32" 1/2" 807.690.11 Buy now Available

3 in 1 new flush trim bits with Delrin® triangular bearings are your best partner for laminate trimming. In fact they solve 3 of the most common problems that occur in flush trimming in cabinet shops. 

1) The anti-stick properties of the Delrin® bearing greatly reduces the likelihood of freezing of the bearing from glue.
2) The extended guide surface of the new Delrin® bearing will perfectly match the work surface without scratching like the steel bearing would. The Delrin® bearing also guarantees maximum stability.
3) The shear angle cutting edge reduces the need for filing. 3 in 1 bits are ideal on plastic laminates as well as aluminium laminates!

3-in-1 bits are ideal on plastic laminates, as well as on aluminium laminates!

Bearing is patented. Patent no. D628,218.
-Extended guide surface.
-Non-scratch surface.
Perfect trimming with the conical edges!

Thanks to the innovative conical edges of this bit you will always get perfect cuts even after re-sharpening. In fact, the most popular problem you have with the standard flush trim bits is the undersize diameter after re-sharpening which leaves the mark on the material; now with the new CMT construction you could re-sharpen up to six times without any problem. Just remember to adjust your bit up or down.
 Item  Delrin® bearing  Screw  Shield for bearing  Shield for bearing  Hex key
807.128.11   791.042.00 
807.190.11   791.043.00 
807.690.11   791.043.00 
Perfect trimming with the conical edges!- product picturezoom Perfect trimming with the conical edges!
Patented bearing. Patent no. D628,218.- product picturezoom Patented bearing. Patent no. D628,218.
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