The router bit is the most efficient tool used by carpenters and woodworkers to give a specific shape to the wooden material. The router works similar to the drill, but in place of building holes, the router utilizes bits for giving a specific shape to the wooden parts.
As you know, every problem has multiple solutions. But we choose only one optimal solution. Today, I am coming with a problem and its optimal solution. I know that you are seeking for the solution of how to use a tongue and groove router bit. I hope that you already know about the straight bit and rabbeting bit and their functionality.
I received a mail yesterday in which one new craftsman in this work asks, what kind of router bit to trim laminate? Mostly woodworker doesn’t know about the perfect router bit used for laminating. Many router bits can do multiple functionalities. You need the right router bit for your work.
So, I thought to write an article on this topic for all of you who wants to know what kind of router bit is perfect for trimming laminated material.
When I started work on door hinges, I was also confused about the right router bit use for door hinges. That time it was quite difficult for me because I also don’t know about the router bits. So I did a lot of research on what router bit to use for door hinges.