Router bit
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I need a horizontal v-groove bit to cut on the edge of a board, as apposed to a sign cutting bit. Any ideas as to what it is called? TIA
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  Re: Router bit by Firebee (I need a horizontal ...)
(12-07-2017, 06:57 PM)Firebee Wrote: I need a horizontal v-groove bit to cut on the edge of a board, as apposed to a sign cutting bit. Any ideas as to what it is called? TIA

Like this? If so, [/url][url=http://www.rockler.com/edge-v-groove-bit-1-2-shank]Rockler Edge V-Groove Router Bits


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  Re: RE: Router bit by gov.cheese ([quote='Firebee' pid...)
(12-07-2017, 07:19 PM)gov.cheese Wrote: Like this? If so, [/url][url=http://www.rockler.com/edge-v-groove-bit-1-2-shank]Rockler Edge V-Groove Router Bits


Thanks, I need the left pic and no need for the bearing. Trying, among other things to make threads. Your post helped
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  Re: Router bit by Firebee (I need a horizontal ...)
(12-07-2017, 06:57 PM)Firebee Wrote: I need a horizontal v-groove bit to cut on the edge of a board, as apposed to a sign cutting bit. Any ideas as to what it is called? TIA

If your trying to do the pic on the left...a chamfer bit is cheaper, or better yet use your tablesaw and tilt the blade 45 degrees....cut, flip, cut again. Cheapest yet.

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  Re: RE: Router bit by Firebee ([quote='gov.cheese' ...)
(12-07-2017, 07:36 PM)Firebee Wrote: Thanks, I need the left pic and no need for the bearing. Trying, among other things to make threads. Your post helped

Most metal threads are 60° , not sure about wooden threads. You can buy dovetail cutters in 60 & 45 ° from metal working suppliers like McMaster, Wholesale Tools etc. The dovetail cutters I have for  a router are 9 & 15 °. 
If you get the ones for metal which will certainly work on wood , make sure the shank will fit the collet. My metal dovetail cutters have a 3/8" shank that I use in a milling machine. Porter Cable has 3/8" collets. Rockler has them for about $16.00,  Item # 74096.
mike
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  Re: Router bit by Firebee (I need a horizontal ...)
Would this work?

https://www.holbren.com/Whiteside_Machine_3401

Here are some dimensions.

3400-1.jpg
Brian

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  Re: RE: Router bit by packerguy® ([quote='Firebee' pid...)
(12-07-2017, 08:01 PM)packerguy® Wrote: better yet use your tablesaw and tilt the blade 45 degrees....cut, flip, cut again. Cheapest yet.

Yep, that gets it done quicker, cheaper, and cleaner. Now for the other side of the pic I would use the router bit Brian mentioned and try to remember to ask for my WoodNet discount Big Grin

I should mention on the router bit I'd use a table mounted router.
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