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#1 posted 03-13-2018 02:19 PM

Any straight cutting bit will work, size depends on the router you have and the size of the work you are trying to flatten. Obviously a larger router can turn a larger bit and you can cover more ground quicker. It really depends on what you have at your disposal. Center cutting bits are not required as long as you can ramp you first cut or you can start the plunge off the stock.

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