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  1. #11
    Because the OP said this, "I have a full router table . . . ", so he's not going to use the cnc machine by the sound of it.
    Spelling mistakes are not intentional, I only seem to see them some time after I've posted

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    OK, so if I wanted to do the same on a CNC, what would I use?

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    A similar bit without a bearing.
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  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by EddyCurrent View Post
    Because the OP said this, "I have a full router table . . . ", so he's not going to use the cnc machine by the sound of it.
    Correct ! I edging the box afterwards.. far quicker imoa.. ;)

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  5. #15
    English site with the 1/16 bit
    http://www.infinitytools.co.uk/route...ass-pilot-bit/

    Peter

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by ptjw7uk View Post
    English site with the 1/16 bit
    http://www.infinitytools.co.uk/route...ass-pilot-bit/

    Peter
    Thats a great post mate thanks.. i'm going to order one to try it out :)

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  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by racerbear02 View Post
    OK, so if I wanted to do the same on a CNC, what would I use?
    The same cutter but you can take the bearing off via the allen head cap screw (black thing in the pic).

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