Router spiral cutting bit question
Can you use a router spiral cutting bit to do a cutout (for example, in a piece of 3/4" ply)? If so, I assume I would use it with a plunge base and a jig to guide it for the cutout shape that I want? This would basically be the way electricians use a rotozip to make cutouts in sheetrock.
It seems this would leave a much neater cut than with a cutout done with a hand saber/jig saw. This inevitably ends up quite wavy and irregular. I HAVE done this and then cleaned up the cut with a jig and a router trim bit but of course it's a two-step process.