Gaining significantly in popularity in recent times, finger pull bits provide two options for keeping grabs in line with the doors being produced. The first option is to cut a recessed pull directly on to the door, whether by running a pull all the way along the top or bottom of the drawer or cutting out an inset in the middle or edge of the doors.
The second option popular in European furniture is to get a matching or offset-colour piece of timber and run it past the the router bit on both sides, then cut the handle to length and fix it to the door as a feature.
Please note the cutter height is the overall height of the cutter with the rebated section closest to the shank. The Pull Recess Height refers to the useable height that stops at the start of this rebate which would be the depth used when cutting the pull in material.
||Shank Size (S)
||Pull Recess Height