Does anyone make a downcut bit that reverses to an upcutting bit after maybe 1/8" or so?
I’m working on a project where I’d like to use BB plywood, and get the best cut available. I’d be backing the bottom of the plywood up with scrap, so I wouldn’t expect to get much chipping on that side even if I do come through it with the downcut bit.
The problem with using a downcut bit all the way through, is the degree to which the downcut bit packs the kerf. But if the bit reversed after 1/16" or 1/8", I’d think it could still evacuate chips.
Or am I nuts?