FREUD´S ADJUSTABLE TONGUE & GROOVE SYSTEM DELIVERS
UNMATCHED PERFORMANCE & VERSATILITY

Unparalleled performance. Freud´s Tongue and Groove system is the only set on the market that routs flawlessly across end grain. Traditional bits use basic straight edge cutters that pull wood fiber and create tear out. Freud´s tongue cutter features a unique opposing shear geometry that slices the wood fiber at an angle, leaving behind crisp edges.Additionally, the bit bodies are coated in Silver I.C.E., a metal-based coating that serves to minimize heat and pitch build up.

Unmatched versatility. Freud´s tongue and groove system lets users work with a wide range of material thicknesses. While traditional tongue and groove bits confine you to stock that is 3/4" or less, the extra wide Freud TiCo™ Hi-Density carbide enables you to work with material from 1/2" all the way up to 1-1/4". It also allows you to arrange the bits to produce perfectly matched tongue and grooves from 7/32" to 3/8" thick – this is pivotal for producing rattle-free doors with a range of panel thicknesses.

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FREUD´S ADJUSTABLE RAIL & STILE SET PROVIDES UNLIMITED CABINET DOOR POSSIBLITIES

From One to Unlimited... Now with Freud's new patented Premier Adjustable Rail and Stile router bit system, you are able to build any style cabinet door in a wide range of door thicknesses and sizes! This extremely easy-to-use solution gives you unlimited creative freedom, and solves the long-standing limitations of existing frame and panel door construction.

A Rail and Stile System that can keep pace with your creativity. Freud's new Premier Adjustable Rail and Stile System offers something radically different. Out of the box you can create frames with standard stub tenon joinery, but that's just the beginning. The basic set allows you to create: Extended tenons for creating rock solid joints, 5/8" to 1/4"doors, and rattle-free doors with 7/32" to 3/8" to perfectly fit undersized plywoods.

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