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    Default Best bit for indexer?

    What is a good bit to use in an indexer? Bullnose?

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    I guess it depends on what you are trying to do? If you have a picture or file to post or a description of what you're trying to do would help. Any bits you use on regular flat files will work.
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    I am looking into building a duplicator in a lathe using a router. The purpose is to copy sofa wooden legs.

    Have seen several examples on youtube but none mention what bit is used.

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