Wood router bits are sold in groups with different sized cutters to handle various materials. When choosing which wood router bits to use, make sure that you know which ones will work best on the different materials.
This will help you to choose the right wood router bits for a high quality finished product. If the router bits are used on the wrong material, they will either break or will dull very quickly. This compromises the quality of the finished product. They must be kept sharp at all times to ensure accuracy. Most packages of wood router bits come with several basic sizes that will work on most materials. Standard wood router bits with carbide tipping are relatively inexpensive, but they quickly become dull with use. There are other types of router bits that can be purchased that might work easier. Many people suggest diamond-tipped or diamond-abrasive router bits because they last longer and will rarely need to be replaced. However, they are more expensive. These types of router bits can also be serviced four to eight times before they need to be replaced.