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What’s Going On In The Shop
Kyle – Making the torus rings and some bowls.
Sean – Finished a small slab coffee table and started on another.
Grant – Made a couple lidded bowls and started working on a base for a desk.
Main Topic – Routers
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Hey guys! I love your podcast. Grant was asking why 3/8″ shank bits exist. They are meant mostly for CNC machines that use automatic tool changers, those tool holders have all sized collets 1/16 all the way up to 3/4 sometimes 1″. The 3/8″ compression or spiral bits are mostly used for cutting sheets of 3/4″ plywood. I know that Porter Cable has 3/8″ collets available, but I’m not sure about the other major brands. Thanks for the podcast I love it!