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  1. #1
    Shop-apt.co.uk have invested in a range of routing and engraving tools due to the amount of requests we get for these products.

    The range includes the following.

    2 flute up cut and ball nose router bits with a large range of flute lengths
    2 Flute down cut
    2 Flute up and down cut
    Silge flute up cut
    V Cut engraving cutters

    We will consider adding the follwing.

    Single flute down cut
    Single flute up and down cut
    3 flute up and down cut
    Jaggy tooth (corn tooth) router bits

    Our range can be viewed in the following link

    Routing and Engraving Tools

    Best regards,

    shop-apt.co.uk

  2. #2
    How about stocking wide flat bottom surfacing cutters with brazed carbide tips and same but with indexable inserts. 1/2" shank 60-80mm for surfacing beds.?
    -use common sense, if you lack it, there is no software to help that.

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by JAZZCNC View Post
    How about stocking wide flat bottom surfacing cutters with brazed carbide tips and same but with indexable inserts. 1/2" shank 60-80mm for surfacing beds.?
    i agree with dean. a good quality surfacing tool would sell well, also tapered ballnose bits

  4. #4
    The tapered ball nose will be easy for us to add.

    I will look at the surfacing cutters, if we can manage it I would 100% prefer to use indexable inserts.

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by APT View Post
    The tapered ball nose will be easy for us to add.

    I will look at the surfacing cutters, if we can manage it I would 100% prefer to use indexable inserts.
    Me too but often the initial purchase price is out of reach of DIY user as they are not surfacing very often so don't get the cost saving inserts offer long term when using all the time like I do.
    I build machines for people and I'm always being asked what and where to buy surface cutters and cutters in general and when I advise to use index and give aprox cost they nearly always take a sharp intake of breath until I explain why it's worth investing.
    -use common sense, if you lack it, there is no software to help that.

  6. #6
    Also how about adding some Jobber drills for general purpose drilling or short stubby drills, I've just placed an order to try you out and looked but couldn't see any drills other than Carbide.!
    I use quite a few drills and this nearly sent me back to Cutwell tools.!
    -use common sense, if you lack it, there is no software to help that.

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