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Freud 99-036 Adjustable Tongue and Groove Router Bit Set, 1/2-Inch Shank

by Freud

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  • Features Freud's TiCo Hi-Density Carbide with Titanium for long life and a flawless finish
  • Adjustable at .002-Inch increments for stock thickness of 1/2-Inch to 1-1/4-Inch and groove widths of 7/32-Inch to 3/8-Inch
  • Freud's exclusive design features a tongue cutter with opposing shear angles to ensure a flawless finish
  • Perfect for producing Shaker style cabinet doors
  • Cuts all composition material, plywood, hardwoods and softwoods
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Technical Details
Part Number99-036
Item Weight395 g
Product Dimensions12.7 x 13 x 4.4 cm
Item model number99-036
Item Package Quantity1
Weight395 grams
Length12.7 centimeter
Width13 centimeter
Height44 millimeters
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #1,874 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight454 g
Date First AvailableSept. 16 2011
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An industry leader for over 50 years, the Freud name equals quality, precision and craftsmanship. Freud router bits feature Freud made TiCo Hi-Density Carbide for maximum cutting life. Each bit is individually balanced, giving a cut above the rest. Trim carpenters, remodelers, and woodworking enthusiasts can now mill molding of almost any size, shape and configuration to add beautiful detail to match existing trim or create an all new look. All thats required is a 2-1/4 HP or larger router, a sturdy router table and fence, and a selection of bits from Freuds Architectural Molding Series. The adjustable tongue and groove bit set produces perfectly fitted tongue and groove joints for projects such as shaker style cabinet doors. Exclusive Freud design features a tongue cutter with opposing shear angles to ensure a flawless finish for stock thickness of 1/2" to 1-1/4". Groove cutter adjusts at .002" increments for groove widths of 7/32" to 3/8".

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By Dave Halsall on Dec 30 2014
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Perfect, great quality!
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Works great
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Richard Cinq-Mars on Dec 22 2012
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Facile à ajuster et bonne coupe. Agréable à utiliser. Demande peu d'effort de la part de la toupie. Ne surchauffe pas.
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70 of 71 people found the following review helpful
Freud Did It Again Jan. 20 2005
By Bob Feeser - Published on
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At first I thought how could Freud have created an adjustable groove bit, with the seemingly single cutter, and make it adjustable. Then I discovered that it really was two cutters that were sandwiched together. Their carbide tip is a lot wider than the plates that hold them. Additionally they are offset, so when they are sandwiched without any spacers, they are just like having the one bit. With the included spacers, you can adjust that groove cutter to a nice range of sizes.

Additionally the two large cutters that make up the tongue bit are adjustable with the spacers that are provided. They are stacked on the bit so you don't have to go looking for them when you want to make a change.

I have a lot of Freud bits, and I have bought all of them from Amazon. The price and convenience can't be beat. The one complaint that I have is that Freud does not wrap these bits in a way that protects them from a UPS shipment. Do you know what UPS stands for? Unbelievably Pulverized Shipments. :-) With carbide tipped bits, which are super brittle, rolling around in the box, after they come loose from the snap together plastic carrying enclosure, they are left to do battle with one another. Consequently, check your faces for defects when you get them. Amazon has the greatest customer service.

All in all a great set of bits, highly recommended.
67 of 68 people found the following review helpful
nice product July 29 2004
By A. Broaddus - Published on
In the past I have used my table saw tenoning jig to make shaker style cabinet doors, but I found that a really accurate set up was overly time consuming. I purchased the tongue and groove router bit set and found it to be a more accurate and quicker way to form these joints. With the large number of spacers provided, you can allow the perfect tolerance space for glue and the joints come out perfect. Use a variable speed router in a router table.
23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Great Cutting Power May 22 2006
By P. Allsopp - Published on
I must admit that I am not an amateur woodworker and I use my skill to suppliment my income. That being said, These bits need to be adjusted then the test pieces need to be dry fitted for a perfect almost tight fit. It may more then likely mean that you may have to remove more shims than the instructions say.

The easiest way to me is to make all of your grooves first then cut test tongues until u get the fit you want, then continue with your cuts once the setting is right.

I have made many doors with these bits and I am still very pleased today.
21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Terrible packaging for shipment Aug. 10 2005
By Khanh C. Nguyen - Published on
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Incredible! I read all these reviews about how Amazon handles shipment of this router bit set and thought that these allegations from buyers about bad packaging is probably not common. Just a few bad packagings in the thousands of router bits that Amazon shipped. It wouldn't happen to me, so I thought. These reviews about chipped carbides and bits falling out and contacting each other are true! My shipment came in today. Just as mentioned in these reviews, the two pieces of routers bits I received today were not in their plastic package. They were free inside the box and probably hit each other many times during the shipping process. Luckily, I could not see any damage. I couldn't imagine how many people got their router bits trashed. Just to warn people. Inspect your router bits carefully. Shame on Amazon or Freud or whoever shipped this router bit set for not paying attention to this issue. Many people here complained already, myself included.
49 of 57 people found the following review helpful
Amazon doesn't package these properly! Oct. 26 2006
By Corwin - Published on
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I imagine that Freud will be offering this set as a reconditioned item in the near future, judging from all those who have received chipped cutters due to the packing issue. Like others, I too received these bits in a box where the bits had come out from their indivual packaging and were allowed to bang into each other. And yes, they were chipped!

I have liked dealing with Amazon in the past, but fail to see how they can continue to offer low prices when they continue to not learn from their shipping mistakes. While many prior shippments have arrived in good condition, this will be my fourth package that was not packaged properly -- two of these were NOT Amazon's fault, as they arrived in the manufacturers' had packaging. But Amazon certainly needs to pay attention to how they are sending these bits -- especially when you consider how dangerous it could be using a router bit that has a crack in the carbide. Let's not have someone injured because of this...

*** Update *** Just received replacements for damaged bits. You guessed it -- they arrived exactly as the original order, DAMAGED! Absolutely NO attempt had been made to package these bits in a way to prevent such damage. What a waste of both time and money for both Amazon and the unhappy customers.