The 45° Lock Miter Router Bit creates interlocking fingers that provide a strong mechanical locking action that makes woodcraft such as frame, cabinet, wardrobe or even closet project much easier to clamp. There is no tendency for the joint to slide out of alignment under clamping pressure, and the wedged tenons tighten up nicely for a strong corner joint.
The increased long grain gluing surface also helps to strengthen the joint over a basic rabbet or butt joint. Machining parts with the 45° Lock Miter Router Bit is easy—with the bit height set, one part is cut horizontally on the router table, while the corresponding part is cut vertically. The bit is ideal for joining drawer boxes, cabinet parts, and for building 4-sided columns.
These bits are pretty good for many other things. They have stayed pretty sharp so far, easy to use both mounted in a router table and Free Hand.
These bits are amazing. I’m using them on my second project right now and still no splintering so no need to sharpen them yet. I’ve used them on soft and hard woods and they do fantastic on both. For the price, I can’t see how you can get better than Yonico. I use them for all of my router bits. I’m not an expert and I would buy a better bit if I used them daily or even weekly.
These bits cut a very smooth joint and works great!
I bought this bit set as a small gift for my husband, who enjoys making furniture and he really seemed to like them. These seem to be pretty heavy duty and good quality and also come with a small storage box to keep them in so that they do not get damaged.