Tool Test: Amana In-Tech Router Bits

By Glen D. Huey
Page: 38

From the December 2008 Issue #173
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Insert tooling has long been used on the industrial side of woodworking and is now making its way to home-based and small professional woodworkers. One example is Amana Tool’s In-Tech Series router bits.

Amana has placed tungsten carbide inserts (small individual cutting knives) on nine 1/4″- shank router bits commonly used in many shops. The company states that these router bits, with insert knives, have superior cutting quality in hardwoods, softwoods, MDF and chipboard. Additionally, Amana professes that these bits will last at least four times longer than brazed router bits.

From the December 2008 issue #173
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