the finisher

07:09PM | 09/02/03
Member Since: 09/01/03
8 lifetime posts
Having made the window sills for my windows what is the best router bit to use to finish the window sills? I am using 3/4" pine. Thanks.

Mark Hammond

03:07PM | 09/07/03
Member Since: 05/09/01
246 lifetime posts
Hi finisher,
Use a 3/8" rounding over bit. Set it so that it cuts almost half way so that there is bearing in the center of the bit if it has a bearing stop (this is the part of the bit that stops at the edge of the wood when cutting and most rounding over bits have one). If you are using a router in a table with a fence you can go to the exact center......MJH

the finisher

06:19AM | 09/09/03
Member Since: 09/01/03
8 lifetime posts
Thanks for the info. I do have the router on a table and a 3/8 round over bit.


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