Compression Bits Cnc Tooling Basics For Woodworkers Part Three
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Compression router bits and mills upcut on the bottom of the bit and downcut over the rest of the length.Part Three: More End Mill & Router Bit Details In my last post, the focus was on the cutting edges, or flutes, along the sides of an end mill.
If you've missed the previous segments on CNC mills, here's the intro and part one.As suggested earlier, two-flute end mills designed for woodcutting and router bits almost always work best.We've reached the end of this tooling primer but before we go, I want to pass on a few more details you should know about CNC mills.
I'll be focusing on hobbyist-sized CNC machines next month but I'm certainly not done with this topic.Down the road, there'll be much more about CNC mills including selecting mills for specific purposes such as part cutting, carving, specialty and high-performance mills, a suggested basic mill set for digital woodworkers and more.
Upcut or Downcut? Many straight end mills or router bits come in two versions: upcut, where the waste from the cut is pulled upward and ejected out the top; and, downcut where the waste is actually being pushed down and back.
If you've used a hand-held...