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#1 posted 03-16-2010 04:25 PM

I think the problem is bit related. First of all, I wouldn’t recommend a 1/4” shank bit to do a job that heavy. Second, I’m not sure how you are doing this at all if your bit is not as tall as the thickness of the stock.

From what you describe, I’d say the bit you need is the one pictured below. It has a 1/2” shank and a cutting height of 1 1/2”. It is available from Amazon for $34.00.

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