Freud Horizontal Panel Raising Bit for making Raised Panel Doors
The Freud offer is a comprehensive range of carbide tipped router bits that match all your application needs.
Raised Panel Bits are ideal for creating raised panels for doors, drawer fronts and panelling, as well as decorative tops, plaques and moulding. All of these bits feature revolutionary Quadra-Cut™ design combining two small wings that cut downward to shear the top edge for a splinter-free surface, and two large wings that shear upward for a smooth finish.
Freud Tools manufacture an extensive range of precise and high-tech Routing and CNC Tools. The industry leader for over 50 years Freud router bits are the result of outstanding technical expertise and advanced manufacturing processes.
Freud set themselves apart through their in-house Tungsten Carbide production. One of the only manufacturers worldwide to produce unique carbide formulations for each application. The ownership and control of the entire manufacturing process ensures outstanding quality standards and maximized performance.
The superior Perma-SHEILD thermal insulation coating prevents the adhesion of resins, reducing the downtime for cleaning. The tools spin smoothly therefore reducing stress on the motor extending the lifetime of your machine.
All Freud router bits are tested to the highest of standards utilising the latest technological methods. Computer balanced to prevent chattering and vibration. The balancing takes place on special computer-controlled equipment to determine the precise location where material needs to be removed.
Freud’s kickback reducing shoulder design contributes to a safer working environment restricting the tooth bite to 1.1mm reducing the effects of dangerous kick-backs from overfeeding.
Competence and flexibility; Freud turn great ideas into industrial solutions. Leveraging engineering know-how, high-tech machinery and flexible production cycles to anticipate the industry demands.
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