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Wisconsin Knife Works Router Bits have been designed and manufactured to achieve and maintain optimum feed rates, precision tolerances and superior finishes, with consistent repeatability run-to-run, bit-to-bit. WKW offers hundreds of router bit styles and sizes in both standard and custom to fit every specific application.  The line of router bits includes: straight, forming/profile, laminate trim, panel pilot, solid carbide, spirals, slotting and accessories.
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Laminate Trim Bits
Solid carbide and carbide tipped bits for trimming and edging high pressure laminates.

Straight Bits
Single and double flute, carbide tipped, diamond tipped, and HSS bits in a variety of length, cutting diameter, and shank configurations. Featuring premium carbides, steels, precision manufacturing techniques, and 80 years experience.

Panel Pilot Bits
An industry leader in panel trimming and cut outs. A HSS and carbide tipped line that works in a variety of applications and materials.

Formed/Profile Bits
A variety of profies that feature all the most popular styles.  Available in carbide tipped only in 1/4" and 1/2" shanks.

Spiral Bits
Solid carbide 1,2,and 3 flute bits and HSS 1 and 2 flute bits for roughing and finishing. Also available in compression designs for double sided materials. The "BEST" choice for CNC applications.

Slotting Bits
2 and 3 wing carbide tipped cutters and assemblies for a variety of slotting and grooving applications.

Router Bit Accessories
A full selection of bearings, arbors, and component parts for WKW and other manufacturer's router bits.

Dovetail Bits
Carbide tipped in standard as well as automatic machine configurations. Auto dovetails fit Dodds, Bell, as well as Wysong and Miles machines.