CR/PDS1X8MMTC - Panel door set ogee


A panel door set consisting of a Easyset profile scriber and panel raiser cutter. Supplied in a storage case.

    Shank Diameter
    8 mm
    4 mm
    41 mm
    22 mm
    17 mm
    6.35 mm
    90 mm

    Panel raiser:

    12 mm
    50 mm
    16 mm
    52 mm
    Timber thickness min.
    18 mm
    Timber thickness max.
    22 mm
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    33/31X8MM - Arbor for C155X8MMTC 33/31X8MM

    Replacement arbor for the C155X8MMTC.

      BB22 - Bearing 22mm diameter 8mm bore BB22

      Bearings are shielded to prevent penetration of dust and grease packed for life.

      • They should not be cleaned with solvent or lubricated as this will dissolve the grease and cause premature bearing failure.
      • Scrape off any resin build-up.
      • Always check the tightness of the fixing screw before using cutter.
      C155X8MMTC - Ogee profile scriber set C155X8MMTC

      The classic method of producing cabinet panelled door and drawer fronts is made easy with these Profile Scriber sets. With the combination type, components are re-arranged on the arbor to cut the profile or the scribe.

      • Cuts both parts of the joint by only changing the cutter height. No reassembly of the tool is required so saving time.
      • Router table use only. 1/4 inch and 8mm shanks should only be used with a medium or heavy duty router. For certain routers the aperture in the base may need to be enlarged. A workholding device should be used when cutting the scribe cut on the rail ends. The cutting edges should be staggered to each other. When using Easyset cutters take several passes.
      C173X8MMTC - Large panel raiser radius 12mm C173X8MMTC

      Panel raiser cutters for producing the panel for cabinet panelled doors, tool matches our range of profile scribers. Suitable for use on natural timber and MDF.

      • For use in a router table only.
      • Take several passes, increasing the depth with each pass.
      • Must be used in a stationary variable speed router either mounted overhead or inverted in a router table at a reduced speed. For use on natural timber and MDF.
      • Stationary use only.

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