If router bits were hand tools we’d almost certainly handle them quite differently, but when it’s the power company that’s doing most of the work, it’s easy to forget what makes cutting tools cut.
If a good chisel might need sharpening twenty times during the course of a week’s hard work, then a carbide-tipped router bit doing the same work will have to be sharpened at least once a week.
Sharpening router bits is surprisingly easy to do. You don’t need a sharpening jig, precision measuring instruments or complex machinery.
Click here to read more about how to sharpen your router bits
I have an intrest in obtaning a Bosh cutoff blade to use for cutting a kerf for slot hinges if
you could help I would appreciate it. thank you!