Adjustable groove thickness adds versatility to projects. Extra-thick protective coating and longer bit life. Arrive sharp and ready to use. Experienced users rave about this router bit set, noting it is easy to set up and cuts smoothly.
Packaging is problematic as bits don’t stay still in shipping, inviting damage. Going slow is imperative with these router bits, so they don’t heat up or cause damage. The spacers may need a bit of fiddling, some users noted, as they are not labeled.
Users are happy with the broad assortment of router bits in this set, with some comparing it favorably to sets priced above $100.
Reports of bits shattering or bearings flying off under moderate use. Hardwoods are a no-go with these bits. Carrying case is cheaply made.
Fits the Dremel router table and drill press well; check for fit on other Dremel tools. Works best on inlays and surface detail work, as well as soft woods. Users feel the bits get the job done, if not much more.
Bearing-less bits tend to heat up when working with harder materials, sometimes burning the wood or formica. Bits get dull quickly.
Bits work reliably with appropriate projects, and cut well. Several experienced users were surprised by how well they held up when properly cared for.
Reports of bits snapping after just a few feet of use. Will burn wood surface if used at too high rpm, which isn’t unusual for router bits. Hardwood can be problematic.
A lot of satisfied buyers of this set, with some reporting they would buy it again. Most liked the packaging, which is attractive and holds the parts well. Stays sharp and fit small routers well.
Customer service was somewhat problematic when trying to get replacement parts, although Amazon return service is satisfactory. Bits get dull quickly and can snap while doing heavier work.
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