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Amana Router Bits For the Woodworking Professional or Enthusiast

Gorry Terry

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Amana router bits are the choice of many serious woodworkers and are made from high-grade carbide, not steel. An Amana router bit such as the Quadraset and the corner bead bit are ideal for making a wainscot door.

The Amana round under bit will be essential if you decide to make some furniture moldings such as a crown molding which provide a great finishing touch to nice furniture pieces such as desks, bookcases etc.

Amana tool also provide a range of tambour bit sets which allow you to make beautiful tambours and flat panel cabinet doors are a cinch with an instile and rail router bit set.

Other uses for the huge range of Amana router bits include gooseneck moldings, box joints, wall panels, furniture crown moldings, wainscot cabinet doors, beaded face frames and many more complex wood projects.

The Amana tool company has been producing router bits since 1972. Out of all manufacturers, Amana was the first to subscribe to, follow, and meet the standard set by Holz BG German for quality and safety. The carbon alloy steel used by Amana for its router bits contains vanadium particles that improve the quality of the bits, add to their lifespan, and ensure they will be less prone to corrosion, cracking, or any other type of damage.

The leading carbide producers in Europe, Ceratizit, supply the carbide used in all Amana router bits, and the grinding is done via a CNC machine more advanced in its applications than those used by competitors. Finally, Amana’s router bits are laser-etched to provide necessary information about each individual tool. Unique to Amana’s router bits, laser etching cannot be erased through regular use of the router bit.

In addition to the high quality standards already mentioned, Amana’s router bits meet the International Organization of Standardization’s quality standards, positioning them among the highest quality tools produced in the world. Router bits made by Amana are useful in numerous woodworking applications, and their diverse product line offers a number of choices for just about any project imaginable.

Among the Amana router bits product line are straight plunge router bits, spiral router bits, rabbeting router bits, grooving router bits, trimming and beveling router bits, profile router bits, In-Tech Insert router bits, Nova system router bits, jointing router bits, door-making router bits, and solid surface router bits.

Amana also offers router bit sets like the 3-piece door-making router bit set, the 3-piece stile and rail raised panel set, the 3 piece stile and rail raised panel with back cutter set, the 2-piece stile and rail/horizontal raised panel set, the 8-piece profile set, the master router set, miniature router bit sets, revisible stile and rail/horizontal raised panel sets, rule-joint for drop-leaf tables, and starter sets.

If you are serious about your woodworking projects, as an enthusiast or professional woodworker, you are doing yourself a disservice if you do not have a nice collection of Amana router bits in your workshop.

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