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[Sears] Craftsman Router Bit Set 30-pc $69.99 w $20.74 back in SWYR Points Free Pick Up or Ships Free!

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Item#: 00926366000 | Model#: CR-26366

Popular deal is back on router bits. Also, Get almost $21 points on this purchase, makes it the lowest for this router bits set. 111 reviews with 4.5/5.0

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  • Wide variety of profiles | Carbide tip cutting edges
  • Heat treated shank and body | Wood storage case with window

Dimensions and Weight: 
Shank:1/4 in.
Overall Dimensions:648.0
Product Overview:
Quantity in Set:30
Single or Set:Sets
Router Bit Type:Chamfered
Router Bit Type:Straight
Router Bit Type:Flush trim
Router Bit Type:Edge forming
Router Bit Type:Raised panel
Router Bit Type:Joinery
Router Bit Type:Rabbeting
Maximum RPM:27000
Carbide Cutting Tip:Yes
Number of Cutting Edges:2
Case:
Case Included:Yes

http://www.sears.com/craftsman-30...926366000P

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Newb here. Will these work with a dremel? Or only a router? Thanks!
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Note: these are 1/4" shank. I stopped buying 1/4" and only buy 1/2" now due to better results. These will be good for a laminate router though (the reason I keep the 1/4" bits I still have)
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Newb here. Will these work with a dremel? Or only a router? Thanks!
They might fit on a dremel, but probably not a smart use (safety) for dremel unless you have some kind of router attachment for the dremel.
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Note: these are 1/4" shank. I stopped buying 1/4" and only buy 1/2" now due to better results. These will be good for a laminate router though (the reason I keep the 1/4" bits I still have)
Quick question ... is there an attachment for 1/4" shank since that easily drops in the router collet .. I am thinking like an ribbet that increases its diameter .. any ideas?
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Quick question ... is there an attachment for 1/4" shank since that easily drops in the router collet .. I am thinking like an ribbet that increases its diameter .. any ideas?
Most routers come with both a 1/4" and 1/2" collet
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Newb here. Will these work with a dremel? Or only a router? Thanks!
No. A typical Dremel rotary tool takes collets from 1/32" to 1/8", the Trio is 3/16". Looks like you actually need a router for 1/4". You'd probably find the power of a dremel to be too low to get good results with these bits anyways.

https://www.dremel.com/en_US/supp...ng-started
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Most routers come with both a 1/4" and 1/2" collet
Thanks. I'll have to find it then in my bags
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