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#1 posted 10-23-2011 05:00 AM

What David said. I got similar advice when I first started. I also got told (and mostly followed) was to keep track of the bits you use and how often you use a bit by making a pencil mark on the shaft when the shaft is all marked up go by a high quality bit of that profile as you know it will be worth it. If you are like most you will buy a straight bit, an ogee a round over and a trim bit

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