SpeTool W04018 SC Spiral Plunge 1/8" Dia x 1/4" Shank x 1" Cutting Length 3" Extra Long 2 Flute Down-Cut Router Bit

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Specification

Cutting Direction: DOWN
Cutting Diameter(CD): 1/8"
Shank Diameter(SD): 1/4"
Cutting Length(CL): 1"
Overall Length(OVL): 3"
Material  Carbide


Overview

Downcut spiral tools are best used for thinner materials that will be pushed down into the machine bed rather than being lifted with an upcut spiral. This can be particularly useful when using vacuum hold down were maintaining the seal between the material and sacrificial bed is crucial. These tools are predominantly used when a high-quality cut finish is required on the top surface of cut parts.

Specially designed to provide an excellent finish. It can be used with handheld, table-mounted, and CNC routers.

The SPE-X new design coating could provide up to 2.5X normal life and a much more smooth cutting edge than others.


Designed for cutting the following materials

  • MDF/HDF
  • Foam Board
  • Hardwood
  • Plastic
  • Softwood
  • Plywood

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Andre Vermette

I didn't received anything yet, so I can't say any review now

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Bill Gray
Great length too with long cutting area

I have used the 18" bit more than most of my bits. Its great to use in cut outs in 1" thick material. The only problem I have had is breakage. 1 Was clearly my fault as I caught a nail on my spoil board, 1 was possibly my fault with the length of bit so long it was probably deflection. The last one broke up near the 1/4" shank ad I saw nor reason for that one. overall a very good bit!

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David L.

This is the bit I use the most. It is a work horse and does it excellently