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WORKTOP CUTTERS

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by napper, 15 Jul 2005.

  1. napper

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    HI IVE STARTED UP ON MY OWN FITTING KITCHENS AND DOING WORKTOP JOINING BUT I AM GOING THROUGH HELL OF A LOT OF ROUTER CUTTERS DUE TO THEM GOING BLUNT AFTER MY SECOND CUT DOES ANYONE KNOW WHY THIS IS?AS ITS COSTING A FORTUNE KEEP REPLACING THEM WITH NEW ONES MANY THANKS STEVE.... :idea

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  2. Jasonb

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    You will only get about two joints per cutter (4 cuts) less if you buy cheap cutters.

    I use a cutter with replaceable tips, the tips are double sided so you get 8 cuts for less than £10.

    Wealden do a very good next day delivery and the prices include VAT & Del.

    Jason
     
  3. big-all

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    use a good quality jigsaw wherevever you can[one that cuts strait in worktops]or a circular saw to remove down to 3mm from the line then finnish with your router cutter
     
  4. napper

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    THANKS MATE FOR YOUR REPLY I WILL GIVE THEM A TRY STEVE...

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    i am asking you again (nicely)

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