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The Bosch Router Bit Review

Gorry Terry

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Typically renowned in the woodworking world as “above average” bits, Bosch bits boast precision cutting, extended durability and sharp edges.

These bits are available in either solid carbide, carbide tipped and steel variations depending on the user’s preference and the project at hand.

The patented micro grain carbide keeps the cutting edge sharp for up to 30-percent longer than standard micro grains, meaning you spend less time replacing bits and more time working. Bosch makes sure that you have the correct router bit no matter what the material is or project you have undertaken.

Bosch router bits work with wood, acrylic and MDF to name a few materials. With 500 options to choose from, you can rest assured you will find the one you need. Noted for their longer shanks, Bosch router bits allow you to utilize the entire length of the bit.

Not only does this allow for a more even wear on the bit, but the quality of the cut is improved as well.

For those who are just beginning to get into woodworking, it might be worth taking a look at the Bosch Multi-Construction Bit. This bit is geared towards working with wood, masonry, ceramic, plastic and metal. One could say it is a Jack of all trades without loosing the high quality that Bosch is known for.

If you are going to be doing a lot of work with one material in particular, then it is advisable to get a bit specific to that media. Bosch Multi-Construction Bits can be used with many rotary techniques and have a prolonged bit life, unlike other multi-construction bits that tend to wear and degrade with use.

Bosch router bits can be bought individually or in sets, depending on your rotary needs. Individual start around $15 and go up, while sets run about $100-200 depending on where you shop and how many bits in a set you purchase.

Bosch router bits are available in home improvement stores like Lowe’s and Home Depot, as well as online sites. Often times there are better prices online, but stores allow you to purchase and use the bit right away.

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