1/4" SH Bowl & Tray Router Bit 3/4 Dia 2 Flute Woodwork Milling SpeTool
1/4" SH Bowl & Tray Router Bit 3/4 Dia 2 Flute Woodwork Milling SpeTool
1/4" SH Bowl & Tray Router Bit 3/4 Dia 2 Flute Woodwork Milling SpeTool
1/4" SH Bowl & Tray Router Bit 3/4 Dia 2 Flute Woodwork Milling SpeTool
Suitable for multiple materials
1/4" SH Bowl & Tray Router Bit 3/4 Dia 2 Flute Woodwork Milling SpeTool

SpeTool W08001 Tazón y bandeja con punta de carburo de 1/4" de radio x 3/4" de diámetro x 1/4" de vástago x 5/8" de longitud de corte x 2" de largo Broca enrutadora de doble flauta

Precio de venta$25.49 USD

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SKU: BP2F-D3/4-d1/4-FBA
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Especificación

Radio de esquina
1/4"
Diámetro de corte (CD): 3/4"
Diámetro del vástago (SD): 1/4"
Longitud de corte (CL): 5/8"
Longitud total (OVL): 2"
Material de la punta Carburo


Descripción general

Hecho de carburo de tungsteno de grado industrial de alta calidad tratado térmicamente. Garantiza una larga vida útil y resistencia al desgaste incluso en el uso diario.

Talla formas circulares y ovaladas en la superficie de la madera con un acabado limpio. Ideal para hacer tazones pequeños, bandejas para monedas, joyeros, cajas para moscas y aparejos, y más. Ideal para regalos y decoración.

La broca fresadora de cuenco se puede utilizar con fresadoras manuales, montadas en mesa y CNC.

Diseñado para cortar los siguientes materiales.

  • MDF/HDF
  • Laminado
  • Materiales de composición
  • Madera dura
  • Madera blanda
  • Madera contrachapada

Customer Reviews

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Anthony Navarro
.75" Bowl Bit .25 shaft

This bit cuts great, and works well with a fast feed rate. Sharp, well balanced radius, Highly recommended.

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John Strebe
3/4" Bowl Bit .250 shaft

This is my second bowl bit purchased from SpeTool. I got into carving Charcuterie boards/bowls trays with different compartments. I love the way it cuts, very clean and minimal if any work to be done after carving. I use White oak for all my bowls and charcuterie boards. A very hard wood, but I get excellent chip results. I bought my second bit after approx 20-25 bowls cut. As I am coming up one my one year anni. of purchasing my 1F CNC machine. I believe I may have shortened the life span of the bit because of not having my feeds and speeds correct. Now I only say that because I have some discoloration on the bit and build up on it as well. I did clean the bit off, and got all the build up off of the bit, (sap, maybe? I use live edge oak so they are not kiln dry.) And I'm still currently using the original bit. And maybe one day when I begin on another really important carve, I may switch to the newer bit. I would buy this bit over and over. The photo below is of the bit I have been using for the last 6+- months