First thing I noticed in the link posted is that there is no suitable tooling for timber. For cutting timber based products I only use Trend tooling (search ebay for good prices) as imo you get what you pay for. Cheaper cutters will either break easily or lose their edge very quickly. So even though the cost of Trend is higher they last longer so long term they end up as cost affective as cheap cutters. They also do ranges for plasticís and aluminium (aluminium cutters suitable to be use in a router not milling machine).
The cutters in the link require low rpmís and rigid machines (milling machines).
Also the 1/4" Bosch 500W trimmer I am guessing is not variable speed so would not be ideal. The high rpmís will burn and this will course the cutter to very quickly loose its edge not to mention burn the part and can course mdf dust to ignite.