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 Carbide Tipped Bowl & Tray 1/4" Radius x 3/4" Dia x 1/4" Shank x 5/8" Cutting Length x 2" Long Double Flute Router Bit

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

Corner Radius
1/4"
Cutting Diameter(CD): 3/4"
Shank Diameter(SD): 1/4"
Cutting Length(CL): 5/8"
Overall Length(OVL): 2"
Tip Material Carbide


Overview

Made from high-quality industrial-grade tungsten carbide that’s heat treated. Ensures long service life and wear resistance even on daily use

Carves circular and oval shapes on the wood surface with a clean finish. Ideal for making small bowls, coin trays, jewelry boxes, fly and tackles boxes, and more. Great for gifts and decor.

The bowl router bit can be used with handheld,table-mounted, and CNC routers

Designed for cutting the following materials

  • MDF/HDF
  • Laminate
  • Composition materials
  • Hardwood
  • Softwood
  • Plywood

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