Denker’s rotary planing and cutting head fits any rotary tool that will hold its ¼” shank, whether it be a router, a rotary tool, a spiral cutter, or tool with a flex shaft.
Made in the USA and hardened to 62 RHC, Denker claims the cutter can slice through tough hardwoods even if it’s green or has burls. They design the head to cut one chip every revolution, and it rides the surface of the wood to help guide the cut. It will cut a little or a lot of material depending on how you hold it against the wood.
Even though Denker claims “This is THE safest, most versatile, efficient ¼” shank power carving tool available,” I find something scary about chucking this cutter into a full-sized router like they show in the picture. A router has a large 1 to 3hp motor with a lot of momentum behind it. Besides being heavy, it will torque your arms when you tilt it, making it much harder to control. It’s hard enough to control a router freehand while resting on a flat surface.
My concerns aside, you can pick up this planing and cutting head for $50.