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These two-piece cutter sets offer an economical way of producing the profile and scribe cuts used in the manufacture of frames for panelled cabinet doors and drawer fronts. The making of items like kitchen doors, bath panels or even display cabinets is achievable using this reversible stile and rail cutter. The cutters and bearing are arranged on the arbor to produce the profile cut on both the stiles and the rails and repositioned to cut the scribe, or counter profile on the ends of the rails. Please note that for reasons of accuracy and safety these cutters should only be used in a router table. The timber should be positioned to face down on the table for the profiling cut and face up for the scribe cut.
Recommended Timber Thickness: 18 to 22mm.
|Shank Diameter||1/2" (12.7 mm)|
18 October 2016
Excellent but............Just received today so had a practise. It did a great smooth cut on my test piece. Then came the problem! How in gods name do you reverse the cut. Tried all sorts to no avail. I eventually found an excellent utube video of an identical 'Rockler and Chamfer' bit. 'COME ON ADMINISTER' some instructions PLEASE. It's already been mentioned before, just a simple guide. Please!
21 September 2014
Please can you provide a basic user guide?Overall a good quality cutter but let down by no instructions which are definitely needed if you have not used one of these before. Took me a while on the internet and experimenting with scraps of wood to work it all out and write myself a guide. I also had to buy additional shims to get the joint to fit snuggly. Come on Axminster, us novices need all the help we can get.
1 May 2013
Axminster cutterThe cutter does come in a nice plastic box but it does not come with any instructions on how to use the cutter. Wasted a lot of timber working out how to use it. No videos on site on how to use.
5 March 2012
My first Axminster CutterJust taken delivery of this. Decided to buy based on competitive price over the competition. For example I have always found Trend cutters very good, so I was expecting something a little inferior - cheaper and perhaps more cheerful. Not so. Comes in a fantastic clear plastic presentation case, effectively glouped over with protective resin which is easy to remove. Having done my first test cut - brilliant. I cant see any problems with it blunting immediately either. It's a darn good cutter - and at this price! I think my wife's getting some new cupboard doors whether she wants 'em or not.