CNC Router Bit Packs in Stackable Tanos Systainer Plastic Case
Save space by stacking your toolboxes/cases!
Offered as both 1/4" Shank with set #AMS-257 and 6mm Shank set #AMS-257-M.
For the most demanding signmaking, lettering and engraving tasks. Designed for creating signs and other CNC projects in a variety of materials. Each router bit is manufactured from Amana's exclusive grade carbide according to stringent quality standards.
These collections were designed specifically for a wide variety of applications. Also perfect for signmaking.
Stored in a plastic showcase storage box with a foam insert to keep bits secure.
Designed for cutting:
Plastic, PVC & Acrylic
Spektra™ bits feature a nACo® nanocomposite coating with an extreme nanohardness and heat resistance to the router bit. With a brilliant distinctively-tinted coloring nACo provides additional improvements in four critical aspects of router tooling.
nACo coating is an micro-thin ceramic coating which enables the tool's cutting edge to retain crucial sharpness and lubricity. This provides longevity and produces cutting results of the highest quality.
Coatings prevents high heat and oxidation which is detrimental to cutting tool performance.
Multi-colored hues, while attractive, will dissipate upon use and yet coating will remain fully effective.
nACo offers approximately 4,500 Vickers for impressive solid hardness on cutting areas of the tool, for an increase up to 2.5 times compared to uncoated bits.
Note: Blue based color dissipates immediately upon use. nACo® nanocomposite coating will not wear off.
Warning: Before using any insert tool, make sure the set screw is tightened firmly. When replacing a dull insert, first clean the tool and remove all dust prior to inserting the new knife.
Stored in a plastic MINI-Systainer T-Loc ToolBox with foam padding Storage ToolBox Dimensions: 2.80" L x 10.43" W x 6.73" H
AMS-257 (1/4" Shank)
Cost of 8 Bits
Set Selling Price
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AMS-257-M (6mm Shank)
Cost of 8 Bits
WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood.