Leitz adds Diamaster line of profile router tools

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Leitz Tooling Systems has developed a line of standard, off-the-shelf, precision diamond-tipped router tooling to support the MDF cabinet door industry.

“This selection of contemporary tools is much more economic, offering significantly longer life and the possibility of multiple re-sharpenings when compared to insert tooling,” the company said in a statement. “Profiles can be mixed and matched to create a wide variety of door designs. Economic custom profiles are also available upon request.

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“This new Diamaster line of profile router tools for MDF doors compliments an already strong product offering ideally suited for kitchen and bath cabinet door manufacturers, which includes insert spoilboard surfacing cutters, solid carbide boring bits, diamond-tipped nesting router bits and ThermoGrip shrink chucks.

For more, visit www.leitztooling.com.

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