Bosch Router Bits

Create the perfect edge or pattern for your woodworking projects with Bosch router bits! Bosch offers a wide selection of bits that work with their routers, including chamfer bits, mortising bits, bit sets, and more. Browse today to find the perfect Bosch router bit for your project!

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What does a router bit do?

Router bits create grooves, profiles, and patterns in a variety of woodworking projects. Often used by woodworkers or general contractors, they come in a variety of styles to craft different edges and patterns.

Common router bits include:

  • Straight bits make a straight cut into a material and often see use where you need a square cut. They can see use cutting grooves, dado cuts, or rabbet cuts. They can also create mortise and tenon joints.
  • Rabbeting bits create rabbet cuts and joints. They form an L-shaped shoulder or dado on the edge of the material to form the rabbet joint.
  • Ogee bits create a decorative edge. Commonly, you can find Roman Ogee bits that create a decorative S-shape.
  • Roundover bits function as a type of edging bit. They create a rounded profile on the edge of a material, giving the wood a smoother feel. It ‘rounds’ out the edge. You can find single and double roundover bits. Single options round out only one side of the edge while double roundover bits round out both the top and bottom.
  • Chamfer bits create a beveled edge on the profile of the workpiece. Unlike a bevel cut, they do not extend across the profile, instead creating an angled edge.

What is the difference between 1/2-inch and 1/4-inch router bits?

Router bits come in a wide variety of sizes, but they typically use one of two common shank diameters: 1/4-inch or 1/2-inch. The router bit shank refers to the part of the bit that fits into the collet. This is the long, cylindrical part of the bit. Depending on how large of a cutting bit it comes with, it may influence the size of the shank needed to support it. A bigger cutting end may need a larger 1/2-inch shank while smaller bits may use a 1/4-inch. However, you can find most router bits available in both shank sizes.

You can find small routers that only accept 1/4-inch shanks while many larger options feature an interchangeable collet so you can use both 1/4-inch and 1/2-inch shanks. 1/2-inch bits offer greater stability and less vibration. You can often find these used with larger bits as they’re less likely to bend or break.

Why choose Bosch router bits?

Bosch offers a wide variety of router bit options. They offer micrograin carbide-tip router bit designs that ensure smooth cuts with superior wear resistance.

Their router bits can supply a wide selection of different cuts, like straight router bit that uses a double flute design to allow for a better finish in harder materials. They also offer options like this 1/4-in x 1/2-in carbide tipped roundover router bit. You can also find Bosh router bit options as single bits or in router bit sets. Bosch router bit set options include 3-, 4-, 6-, or 10-pieces. This 3-piece Ogee Door/Cabinetry set helps you make elegant cabinetry with an Ogee Stile bit, an Ogee Rail bit, and an Ogee Raised Panel bit.

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