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Item #: C1371
Model # C1371
Overview
Grizzly® cutters feature top-quality carbide - the best available for wood cutting applications. Shaped and sharpened with diamond wheels as fine as 600 grit, these outstanding router bits are constructed with a high-tensile, silver-based brazing material, which offers the utmost in strength and durability, If you haven't tried these premium bits, we strongly suggest you put them to the test. Manufactured in an ISO 9001 approved factory!

Features a shear angle, an anti-friction coating and a guide bearing.

Dimensions:

  • Cutter Diameter : 2-1/2"
  • Cutting Length: 3/4"
  • Overall Length: 2-5/8"
  • Cutting Width: 1"
  • Max RPM: 16,000

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Reviews

3 Customer Reviews (5 out of 5 stars) : Sign in to write a review

Phil S
05/04/2019 11:21:35 AM

I bought it for a specific reason and couldn't use it for that. But I used it on another project and as usual works great like all the other tools I have from Grizzly.

Anonymous Reviewer
2 Thumbs up! 07/27/2018 11:26:10 AM

I had a kitchen cabinet renovation job for a customer and was under a short time frame. Cutters were unavailable (out of stock) from every place I source and a custom made cutter would take to long to have made. I was able to make the trim I needed with this bit and received it 2 days after I ordered it. Grizzly bits may not be the most expensive line of bits out there but for the money they do a great job and their service is an A+ in my book!

Jim K
11/18/2017 5:18:08 AM

I purchased this router bit to profile the outer jaws of the vises I am mounting on a new work bench. I used the bit to cut the profile into a piece of hard board and then sketched the profile on the edges of the jaws. Using the band saw, I removed most of the waste and then in a series of small cuts I used the router bit at the router table to achieve the final profile. A bit of a process, but the final product was just what I had envisioned.