spindle and router tools

Discussion in 'Wooden Boat Building and Restoration' started by Oleboynow, Oct 17, 2015.

  1. Oleboynow

    Oleboynow Previous Member

    anyone know a source this pattern, prefer router shanks
     

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  2. hoytedow
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    I think that bit set is called rail and stile.
     
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  4. Oleboynow

    Oleboynow Previous Member

    thanks
     
  5. Oleboynow

    Oleboynow Previous Member

    thanks will look there
     
  6. PAR
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    Yep, that's a standard raised panel bit or shaper blade set. Used on cabinet doors most commonly (rail and stiles), though can be used on all sorts of stuff.
     
  7. messabout
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    You can also try Grizzly.com for router and shaper bits of every description. Surely there must be suppliers of such things on your side of the pond.
     

  8. Oleboynow

    Oleboynow Previous Member

    always helps to have other sources
    The raised panel door is nice, good for a quality boat with darker trim
    I sold my huge Griggio spindle when I stopped commercial building
    all I have now, is a router, thicknesser and tilt arbour saw and small bandsaw all single ph. no 3 phase
    But the tools I miss most are my Dean Smith Grace toolroom lathe, weight 3500 kg and my Wadkin 27 inch bandsaw, weight 800 kg
     

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