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SpeTool W05010 Insert Surfacing & Rabbeting Flycutter 2+2 Flute Design 3" Diameter x 1/2" Shank Router Bit

SpeTool Router Bit

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Features:

  • This professional bottom cleaning router bit is perfect for wood slab flattening, resurfacing, or plane the top surface of the spoilboard, trimming, and slotting/grooving. Great replacement bit tool for woodworking
  • 2 wings wood CNC router Bit, Shank: 1/2"; Cutting diameter: 3"; Carbide Inserts 12*12*2.2mm
  • It contains two cutting flutes and two up-shear scorers, which provide a smoother finish at the bottom of the cut than traditional two-knife style router bits
  • Suitable For MDF, LDF, fiberboard, plywood, hardwood, softwood, etc
  • Use on CNC and other automatic routers as well as hand-held and table-mounted portable routers. Such as woodworking engraving machines, trimming machines, etc.
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All edges of carbide inserts can be used. Replace the carbide inserts when needed, instead of replacing the whole bit.

Customized Insert

2.2mm insert thickness will prevent marring,provide a long using life.

SpeTool Customized Insert

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  Would this bit work on end grain? I need to machine log blanks for a clocks.

  Are there any risk if using this bit on a handheld router? what's the difference between the cnc or router bit?

  What do you recommend to flatten with hard wood router?

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