Cuts a decorative coved edge, perfect for enhancing doors and drawer fronts! A breakdown of Raised Panel, Door Frame, and Drawer bits and sets are shown below. A strong and easy way to attach the drawer front to the sides. This Yonico 12401 edging set includes 1 thumbnail bit, 2 ogee bits (1 large and 1 small) and 1 round-over with ogee bit.
Make a subtle decorative edge, perfect for enhancing doors and drawer fronts! This Decorative Ogee Router Bit is manufactured using the finest grade K20 tungsten carbide, and are silver brass welded f. Shop for door drawer edge router bits to get the best cuts and finishes for your next woodworking project. The drawer & door edge bits make the decorative edges along the face of a cabinet door or drawer while the door pull bits machine the recess allowing a finger pull slot for opening a door or drawer. Add a medium ogee edge to your drawer and cabinet door fronts using this Yonico 12162 edging router bit. Our router bits are manufactured using solid hardened steel and C3 micro grain carbide.
Cabinet Door Edge – Front Face Edge Router Bits, In-Stock & Ready to Ship Today! Large selection of front face edge router bits. I need to find a router bit for the outside edge of my first ever drawer fronts. I know what I want but I don’t know what it is called so I can’t find it. Illustration by James ProvostWhen most woodworkers first pick up a router, chances are it will be to profile an edge, whether for a table leg, drawer front, tabletop or cabinetry. Using edge-profiling bits can be the least intimidating way to learn how to use this versatile tool.
Decorative Profile Router Bits
Whiteside 6032 Drawer Edge Finger Pull Router Bit 1-1/4 D X 3/4 CL X 2-1/2 OL. 36.99. Freud 99-066 29/32 Radius Drawer Front Bit 1/2 Shank. Create a contemporary look and feel for your drawer front pull handle. Cuts all composition materials, plywood’s, hardwoods, and softwoods. I am looking for a good quality (i typically buy Whiteside or Freud Industrial, but am open to other bits of equal quality) router bit for drawer fronts, that creates a profile that allows the drawer to be pulled out without using a typical drawer pull. The next step is to set the correct distance to the edge of the drawer front to match the bottom cutting edge of the dovetail router bit. This is done by clamping the outfeed side of the table fence in place then aligning the cutting edge of the dovetail bit perpendicular to the fence.