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Saturday, February 7, 2009


I always love tools. I know, it is men's world fascination but, I have my reasons. I grew up admiring this lady architect and interior designer and who is a family friend who just have tons of tools. She had so many amazing carpenter's tool in her shed which are innovative. Anyway, if you are looking for drill bits, plastic routing and wood boring drill bits, just click these highlighted words. It would direct you to this premier manufacturer of router bits, of high speed steel,carbide tipped, solid carbide and diamond related cutting tools. This company is the first company to introduce high-speed steel spirals to the furniture industry in the 1960’s. It is located in Illinois and is the only router bit facility in the United States that manufactures high-speed steel, carbide tip, solid carbide and diamond coated router tooling. The up and down spiral action of these tools provided excellent chip removal in a variety of natural wood applications. Their products include wood, plastic, composite, metal and can be ordered online. You may contact them through 800-234-1560.

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