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The same question occurred to me. I looked closely at the tool, and I don't see why it wouldn't work. You could only make a plunge cut. There would be an uncut 1/8" diameter "plug" in the center. This would prevent you from making a moving cut (moving whatever object you were cutting) like with a router. You could make a plunge cut, raise the bit, move the object, make another plunge cut, repeat, and end up with a router-like result. It would be a pretty inexpensive, if clumsy, way to get that result.Thinking out loud, would that cutter work without the pilot bit in it?
Not really sure, but I think some type of router bit would be more appropriate, but maybe a lot more expensive.