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Posted on Tell me this is a bad idea - shortening too long router bit

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#1 posted 12-04-2018 02:23 PM


If you use a regular tool/blade sharpening service they can usually shorten a router bit without much debate.
Most major metro areas have 3 or 4 companies in town that do this cheaply. (And accurately)

- DS

^This for sure. Probably wouldn’t charge too much.

I would just keep it though, and get a new one.

Someone without the right tooling could get it hot and warp/ruin the bit if not done properly.


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