Make beautiful picture and mirror frames as well as chair rails and window sill casings. Our router bits were designed in cooperation with author John Nelson when writing his book "Woodworkers Guide to Making Traditional Mirrors and Picture Frames". All bits two flute, carbide tipped with bearing guides. USA
November 2013 review "Reprinted with permission of Magazine."
True one-pass frame profiles
Making your own frames adds a personal touch to a prized photo, painting, or child's drawing, and Eagle America's picture-frame router bits make it easy to create eye-catching profiles in one pass on your router table. No need to use a variety of different-shaped bits to achieve the five profiles shown here. And to top it off, these U.S.-made bits cut cleanly-cutting the full profile in one pass-in all the species I tried, including some prone to tear-out (figured maple, red oak, and hickory).
After routing the profile, you cut a rabbet on the back for the picture and glass. The five profile bits shown come as a set, or sell for $40-$45 apiece.
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multiple mouldings by dan landsness (Sep 19, 2010)