Solid Carbide Spiral 'O' Flute, Aluminum Cutting Inch & Metric Router Bits, The Most Popular Design. Fits most CNC machines. For Aluminum, Brass, Copper and Non-ferrous Metals
To be used only on CNC machines and routers with automatic feeding.
Solid carbide spiral 'O' flute aluminum cutting router bits use the highest quality sub-micrograin carbide, have a special proprietary edge processing system and feature a super high polished cutting edge with a unique “mirror finish”, resulting in clean cuts, less chance for chip re-welding, a superior surface finish and a longer tool life. The spiral ‘O’ flute sharpening/finishing process increases feed rates, allowing for more linear feet routed in less time.
Excellent for cutting:
- Aluminum Alloys (Al-Alloy)
- Aluminum Composite Materials (ACM)
- Aluminum Composite Panel (ACP)
- ALPOLIC® Copper Composite Material (CCM)
- Titanium Composite Material (TCM)
- And Other Non-Ferrous Metals
Available in both metric and inch sizes, these router bits are specifically designed for a variety CNC machining applications. Continuous improvements in cutting performance, the unique carbide polishing process, tool design & geometry make these router bits perfect for routing signs and displays. Signmaking (signcrafter) router bits were originally developed in Europe specifically for professional sign makers. Today, CNC routers have become the tool of choice for sign makers, moving beyond printers and vinyl cutters. *Durabond is a polyethylene core with 0.3mm colored aluminum sheet on either side. It is a pre-finished product that requires no decoration.
- Industrial quality
- Single flute design
- Super high flute mirror finish results in better cut quality
- Right hand helix/right hand cut
- Eject chips up or down
- Longer tool life
: "Why didn't you tell me that the bit (#51408) would cut endlessly through my material without ever breaking? I wouldn't have wasted my money ordering 4 of them!! Hehe, seriously, this bit is churning out some beautiful work. I've doubled my speed and cut off my oil mist." Dennis, LA
: Never attempt to cut ferrous metals with these bits. Inspect cut quality and adjust feed / speed accordingly.
Note: For optimal results and extended tool life use mist lubricant system or air cooling.