Water Cabinet Doors CNC Project Using Spiral & Insert Straight Amana Tool® Industrial Router Bits
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Water Cabinet Doors CNC Project Using Solid Carbide Spiral & Insert Solid Carbide Straight Amana Tool Industrial Router Bits
The doors were routed from 1-1/16" walnut, first using Insert Straight CNC Router Bit #RC-3200
and Solid Carbide Insert Knife #RCK-34
to remove the excess material and create the pattern. Next, Amana's Solid Carbide Double Flute Upcut Ball Nose Spiral #46380
smooths out the wave design pattern, also known as "undulating" technique. Amana's Solid Carbide Spiral Plunge Downcut #46202
creates the necessary holes and pattern for the screws and glue to hold the cabinet together.
ToolsToday Water Cabinet Doors CNC project was created using the following Amana Tool router bits:
Insert Straight CNC Router Bit #RC-3200 with Solid Carbide Insert Knife #RCK-34
Solid Carbide Double Flute Up-Cut Ball Nose Spiral #46380
Solid Carbide Spiral Flute Plunge Downcut Router Bit #46202
Water Cabinet Doors CNC Project Using Solid Carbide Spiral and Solid Carbide Insert Straight Amana Tool® Industrial Router Bits, by ToolsToday, Your Source for Industrial Quality Tools!
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