CNC Router Bits, 60 Degree 0.1mm Tip, 10PCS
SKU: CRB-VS-60DB |
【60 Degree 0.1mm Tip V-Bit】Cutting edge diameter is 0.1mm, sharp enough for delicate engravings. 1/8” shank diameter fits most of the machines in the market.
【Nano Blue Coating】Nano blue coating strengthens the hardness, making the bits more durable and wear-resistant. Service life is greatly extended.
【Durable & Well-made】Sharp cutting edge, no glitches on the surface. Ultrafine Tungsten steel ensures its engraving and milling performance.
【Wide Applications】Commonly used in MDF, PVC, Metal, Plastics, Wood engraving and milling, 3D relief sculpturing etc.
【Protected by Soft Rubber Cap】Each bit has a soft rubber cap to prevent accidental injury. The little box ensures the bits won’t drop easily.
- Sharp tip in 0.1mm diameter, 60 degrees, perfect for precise engraving. Sharp cutting edge also can fasten the engraving process.
- This bit is commonly used for plastics, wood, PVC, acrylic resin engraving etc. Very suitable for engraving beginners.
- Especially works great for 2D engraving and 3D relief sculpturing.
- Cutting Edge Diameter: 0.1mm
- Shank Diameter: 3.175mm/ 1/8”
- Shape: Pyramid
- Degree: 60
- Material: Tungsten steel
- Coating: Nano blue coating
This bit can be used in engraving PVC, MDF, plastics, wood, acrylic, nylon, resin, wood, plywood, hardwood, fiber glass etc.
10pcs x 0.1mm 60 Degree CNC Engraving Router Bits, 1/8" Shank
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Excellent quality bits, very true to center and extremely sharp. Sharp enough to lay my hand open almost to the bone when I was careless around one chucked up in my (powered off and not moving) CNC router.
My only complaint is that they dull fairly quickly when engraving 6061 aluminum. Not really the tool's fault, since it is still HSS. The coating works well for a while, but engraving really only uses about 5-10 thousandths of the end of the bit, and even carbide won't stand up to that for long. For the money, it's hard to go wrong.
I was worried about how well these would work in a CNC wood engraving application. My worries were wrong, however. I'm still on my first bit after 15 hours of carving hardwoods like oak. I've crashed the bit into the material several times (gcode sender errors) without any damage to it either. These are great bits and give great clean results. Will be buying more if I ever manage to dull these.
I had use so far one and it works as it should just fine!
Now I need to use them all!