1. #1
    I got 10 of these little buggers (5x 6mm Carbide CNC Router Bits Single Flute Tools 25mm) and now realise I actually need a mixture, I need some wood working 3mm end tools if anyone wants to do a swap if they have some 4 3 flute 3mm TC end mills please PM me.

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  2. #2
    Thought I had a spare box of 3mm bits but they are 2mm. Oh well it was worth a look.

  3. #3
    What shank are they Goblin ?

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  4. #4
    They are a 2mm shank. 8mm flute length and a 28mm long shaft.

  5. #5
    I've got 10 1/8", 12mm CEL, single flute cutters if that's any use? What's the exchange rate?

    For wood 3-4 flute isn't going to work very well compared to 1-2fl. Particularly for such small cutters, where there's not much room for the swarf, I prefer to use single flute.
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  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by Web Goblin View Post
    They are a 2mm shank. 8mm flute length and a 28mm long shaft.
    I only have a 3mm / 5-6mm and 6-7mm collets Goblin so thanks for the offer :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan View Post
    I've got 10 1/8", 12mm CEL, single flute cutters if that's any use? What's the exchange rate?

    For wood 3-4 flute isn't going to work very well compared to 1-2fl. Particularly for such small cutters, where there's not much room for the swarf, I prefer to use single flute.
    They are perfect Jonathan, I want to keep 3 so that leaves 7 2 for Jazz I think so I have five left, If you have some 3mm shank 2mm single flutes ( does CEL mean Carbide?) we could mix and match. 50 / 10 so 5 each, it was free postage. So what youpaid for yours to the same amount cost wise from me ? Does that make sense lol ? I'm shit with money tbh :( I can get them in the post in the morning Jonathan if you send me a PM with addy. You see I like swaps much better than cash sales, no money transactions the old bartering system..

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  7. #7
    Jonathan are you still interested in a swap ?

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  8. #8
    CEL=Cutting edge length. They are carbide.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fivetide View Post
    Jonathan are you still interested in a swap ?
    Not especially since we can get the 6mm single flute cutters here for about 3.42 each, so I would only be prepared to swap if you consider yours worth that much. I don't have any 2mm single flute cutters - only 3.175mm, 4mm, 6mm and 8mm.
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  9. #9
    Ok Ill swap you for 3 if thats ok ? And nextt ime I'll buy my cutters from you plz ? :)

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