When it comes to successful CNC cutting, choosing the best router bit for your project is similar to choosing the best tires to put on a car. There are situations when summer tread will work great, but you’d never want to get stuck in a blizzard with them on. For a sportscar, you might upgrade to a high-performance tire, but that would be overboard if you’re just hauling lumber in the back of a truck. The same thing applies to choosing the right router bits- what you’re planning to do with them tells you everything about which ones you’ll need. To make sure you’re choosing the best router bit for your project (and not buying race tires for boulevard cruising), we’ve created a handy, easy-to-follow table of bit types, and a short description of each: Downcut Spiral Bits are best used for thinner materials, or when a high-quality cut finish is required on the top surface of cut parts. The trade-off for this cleaner cut is that waste material (sawdust, etc) is pushed down into the machine bed rather than being lifted out, the way it is with an upcut spiral. Downward spiral tools often require reduced cutting speeds because
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