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Big Daddy Pattern Bit

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This work horse of a bit is made of Cobalt specifically for us. It is 1-1/8″ in diameter, 2″ cutting length, 1/2″ shank with a 3/8 bearing. The steep shear angle of the cutters  makes a smooth cut with the grain or against the grain. Recommend speed 13,000 rpm

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12 thoughts on “Big Daddy Pattern Bit”

  1. Absolutely the very best pattern cutting bit in the world. Cutting 6/4 red oak to shape with my pattern was effortless. Almost zero burn, even on endgrain. If any woodworker had a chance to try these, they would never go back to a straight cutting pattern bit. 10/10 rating.

      1. I have acquired one of these bits from a friend, Charles Neil, who recently passed away. It needs to be sharpened…Do you sharpen this bit or can you recommend someone who can sharpen this bit?
        Thank you

        1. Hi Jeff,

          I heard the news about Charles, really sorry. He will be missed. The person I use is Badger Saw sharpening (909) 965-5170 Contact is Jerry Ritchie.

  2. I love this bit. It really changed the way I work. However, it is now dull, and I’d like to get it sharpened.

    Does anyone know of another place to get these sharpened? I just tried calling the number that William posted, and that is no longer Badger Saw Sharpening. I could not find any reference to them on the web. Maybe they closed up…

    I tried calling a few general places, but I was stymied by this question: can you remove the bearing? I tried to remove it for cleaning but couldn’t figure out how to get it off. Is it press-fit onto that 1/2″ shank? That’s a long way to press a bearing that tight.

    1. Hi Michael, The bearing is press fitted only the last 3/8″ is tight. We made the shaft 1/2″ and .5005 3/8 before the cutter. I’ll see who else can sharpen if Badger saw is out of business.

  3. Any luck on this? I’ve put a lot of miles on this bit and am very happy with it but it definitely needs sharpening

    1. Hey Andy,

      Sorry about that. Maybe he’s retired or out of business. You can call any blade sharpening place and they can resharpen for you or refer you to someone. I’ll make some calls this week and se who’s still in business.

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