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    Default Long Router Bit 4"+

    I've got a project that I need to carve out of some 16/4 poplar. I've looked but can't find a router bit that is long enough for this.

    Anybody know of a place to get a bit that long?
    Daniel E.
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    Onsrud 40-564
    4-1/8" loc
    1/2" dia
    6-1/2" oal
    you can find them on the bottom of this page http://beckwithdecor.com/index_files/ONS12.htm
    Gary
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    And just in case you ever need a long bit for ice carving during a heat wave
    http://icesculptingtools.com/cnc_end_mills.htm
    Scott Plaisted
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    thanks, looks like I can find what I need with those sites.
    Daniel E.
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    My god those home prices are low, those houses on your site would be multi million dollar homes where I live.....wow I have to move away from here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon View Post
    My god those home prices are low, those houses on your site would be multi million dollar homes where I live.....wow I have to move away from here.
    LOL yeah, those prices are low most of what I've listed lately are foreclosures in really rough shape, hence the low low prices. But even regular sales here are very affordable, median prices in the mid 200's, one of the fastest growing places in the nation, top 10 in most housing, business and best places lists. And to top it off, an hour drive from ShopBot headquarters.
    Daniel E.
    ShopBot PRS 48x96 (2010 Model)
    Porter Cable Router
    Vacuum Table w/ 2 Fein vacs
    Aspire 9.0

    What I do when I don't mess up wood: http://www.pathhome.net

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    kodiak, too.

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