Festool Router Bits & Guides
Some Festool router bits attach to Festool trim routers that have alternating vertical and horizontal base units to trim
edge banding. Other bits attach to Festool routers for boring cup hinges or drilling shelf-pin holes. Several Festool router
bits are part of the line of
Festool power-tool blades
for planers, circular saws, oscillating saws and jigsaws. The bladed bits for routers are Festool's domino cutters. They
attach to joiners for creating mortises that accept textured, rectangular, domino-style biscuit tenons to join wood edges.
Still other Festool router bits are used to bore material to receive European-style cup hinges and to drill shelf-pin holes
for cabinets. These cabinetry bits come in a tool-organizing container called a Systainer, which is one part of an innovative
Festool storage products. The Systainers make it easy to keep all of your bits in their proper place.
Other Festool router accessories include router template guides that can be attached to the routers tool-free and used with an innovative Festool kit that contains rails and pivot adapters to create adjustable templates for parallel and circular cuts. Edge guides, edge plates, guide stops and guide-stop adjusters help position routers for trim and edge work. Guide bushing adapters accept standard guide bushings for offsets against template guides. Accessories also include collets, a plunge base and an attachable depth-stop set.
Festool router bits and guides are a unique, cross-cutting combination of components to support router work trimming, joinery or straight-edge and circular plunges. Check out our full line of bits today to determine which ones are ideal for your workshop, whether you're a hobbyist or a pro.