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    Old bits, most of which I do not recognize. Do y'all?

    A friend of mine just bought some old milling bits at a garage sale, or flea market or on eBay and asked me to identify them. I don't really recognize but 1 old Ogee bit. Do y'all know what these are from? Or, the one I recognize is an old round over bit.

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    Re: Old bits, most of which I do not recognize. Do y'all?

    Looks like tooling for a really old wood shaper.
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    Re: Old bits, most of which I do not recognize. Do y'all?

    Okay. Thanks for the input and the speed! I don’t know what he could do with those. Or even their value.


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    Re: Old bits, most of which I do not recognize. Do y'all?

    Yes, shaping/profiling tools for a spindle molder. Tongue and groove cutters for floorboards and window/door architraves etc.

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    Re: Old bits, most of which I do not recognize. Do y'all?

    Quote Originally Posted by he1957 View Post
    Yes, shaping/profiling tools for a spindle molder. Tongue and groove cutters for floorboards and window/door architraves etc.
    Thanks guys. I’m passing along the info. Interesting, I’d never even seen a wood shaper before. I just read a little about them. I don’t figure to need that much for what I do, but I’m sure in an industrial type setting they’d be useful.


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    Re: Old bits, most of which I do not recognize. Do y'all?

    Those are so old I'd throw them away. They don't even look safe to use.
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