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    Default Hand Opp Rad / Chamfer Power Rool

    I haven't seen anything quite like this before.
    (doesn't mean they don't exist)

    Could be quite beneficial for manual opps, as well as back-side CNC opps.

    SP-7252F Air Mini Beveler - SP Air USA


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    Interestingah.

    Looks similar:
    LSB38 Bevelling Tool - Atlas Copco USA

    I think I've seen similar, but with a vertical motor, just like a laminate trim tool. Which I think might be more ergonomic, where as the right angle design makes it harder to keep the tool flat on that flange.

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    Neat tool. Music SUCKS!

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    Tool Discounter sells it for $268. Might be good if you need it all the time. Otherwise an electric wood router with a carbide bit will work and give a wider range of edge shapes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superbowl View Post
    Tool Discounter sells it for $268. Might be good if you need it all the time. Otherwise an electric wood router with a carbide bit will work and give a wider range of edge shapes.
    Might want to put some filter material over the electric motor's air intake....

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    I use a variable speed router mounted upside down on a piece of plywood, like a spindle moulder, for doing this. Only ever tried it on aluminium though...

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    gregormarwick - What kind of router bit do you find best?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan_machine View Post
    gregormarwick - What kind of router bit do you find best?
    I'm afraid I don't really know anything about router bits. It's just brazed carbide with two blades and small bearing for following the edge.

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    I used one of these recently, awesome
    Bevelling tools | Metal processing | Metabo Power Tools
    Bit pricy though
    Mark


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