[WEEKLY TECH TIPS] What is the difference between V-Groove and V-bits?

CNC V-Bits are single flute bits with one cutting edge. They are designed to be most efficient in fine detail engraving in hardwood, aluminum, brass, copper, etc. Commonly used in the engraving industry, they are available in different sizes and lengths. SpeTool offers SPE-X Coated versions (like the W06008, W06009,...

[WEEKLY TECH TIPS] How Does A Flush Trim bit Making Copies?

Flush trim router bit allows you to duplicate a master pattern or template. You can use it to create exactly the same shape multiple times over with similar pieces of timber. How does it work? First, take the template piece. Draw traces on your second piece of timber. Make a...

[WEEKLY TECH TIPS] WHEN DO I USE AN O FLUTE BIT?

What is an O flute bit? The O flute bit is a carbide spiral flute with a unique mirror finish, resulting in high-quality surface finishes, clean professional cuts, and prolonged tool life. How does it compare with other flute bits? The O flute bit was explicitly manufactured for CNC Router...

[WEEKLY TECH TIPS] USING THE RIGHT SPEEDS AND FEEDS

Feeds And Speeds ‘Feeds and speeds’ is generally used to refer to ‘feed rate’, ‘slew rate’, ‘plunge rate’ and ‘spindle rpm’. The feed rate represents how fast the machine will move the router bit though the material when cutting and is critical to get right for leaving a good quality...