A finger pull router bit is a cutting tool used in woodworking to create a recessed area or groove for fingers to grip in cabinet doors, drawers, or other pieces of furniture. The bit has a flat cutting edge with a concave curve that creates a half-moon shape when it cuts into the wood.
Finger pull router bits come in a variety of sizes and shapes, including round-over, cove, and straight bits. Some finger pull bits have a guide bearing that rides along the edge of the wood, which helps to create a consistent depth and shape for the finger pull.
When using a finger pull router bit, it's important to take proper safety precautions, such as wearing eye and ear protection and using a router table or other secure surface to hold the wood. It's also a good idea to make test cuts on scrap wood before working on your actual project, to ensure that you get the desired result.