If you are working in the manufacturing factory or you are a woodwork fan, you must be familiar with the router bit. But can you really explain what is router bit or what the router bit used for? Now you may feel like a fishing bone in your throat. Ready to type router bit into Google? Don’t be so hurry, because in this article, you will get a brief introduction to the router bit.
Let’s finish the first question: what a Router Bit is?
On Wikipedia, it explains router bit like: “A router is a hand tool or power tool that routs (hollows out) an area in hard material, such as wood or plastic. ” But if you talk with your friends and explain with your friends what is the router bit, to say router bit is a hand tool or power tool is not enough to show your proficiency. So how we explain what is the router bit? Except the words from Wikipedia, you can also add these introduction into your words: “A rotary cutter is a rotary cutting tool with one or more cutter teeth and there are mainly two types of the rotary cutter, they are router cutter with hole set and router cutter with shank”. And at the end of the words, you can show the person a picture of a router bit.
Like the straight router bit.
I believe there will be no one who cannot understand what is the router bit after you do such a detailed explanation to the router bits.
So now we have finished the first question, let’s go to the second one: what is the router bit used for?
This is an easier question for people who know router bits to answer. But router bits can be used in many places. So in this article, we will only talk about some of them. Here, I tear this question into two parts.
Machines you can load the router bits on
First, we need to know that the router bit can be used in CNC machines(there’re CNC routers) or you can also load it on the power tool or hand tools. Although the router bit is used for woodworking , but it is very sharp and have a high RPM. So for safety’s sake, be careful when you use these tools to process your tools. Let’s back to our topic. So now we know where router bit is mounted on. Next, we will talk about where can we use them.