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About Dremel Straight & Mortising Router Bits
When you need a straight, clean hole for routing, mortising or inlaying projects, turn to Dremel straight and mortising router bits. These durable, practical bits give you the power you need to create accurate holes for a variety of applications. Choose a soft material or wood project to use these bits and enjoy the precision engineering of Dremel products. Each bit has a specific head dimension for common mortising sizes, and each is made of high-speed steel or other rugged materials to keep you powering through your projects. If you have a compatible Dremel tool, you’ll enjoy an easy connection and fast switching between all your router bits for a professional project. Whether you’re picking up a favorite for your home woodworking shop or in need of a reliable tool for your professional workspace, Dremel is the name you can trust.

Why Buy Dremel Straight & Mortising Router Bits?
Choose between straight or V-grooved bits for a diverse range of holes. For even more cutting power, switch to a tungsten carbide cutter that makes quick work of cast iron, nonferrous metal and tough wood projects. With slow speeds, you can create accurate holes in even these particularly tough materials. Instead of a drill bit, select a straight router bit for ease of use and ultimate control. Whether you need a straight hole or a grooved one, you can create the design you need for your woodworking project. Check your exact routing bits to be sure you have a perfect match with your Dremel tool. Some straight bits are designed for general use, while others are highly specialized for a single model of Dremel tool.