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This bit lets you make delicate grooves and incisions with laser precision. Make one of a kind effects with single run 30° bevel edges. Three super sharp cutting edges and this perfectly balanced bit allow you to work with superior accuracy with no risk of burning. Raise the bit and produce a delicate fine point incision, or work the whole 1/2-Inch diameter to render bold highlighted lettering. Bit features super-strength superior steel body, Non-Stick Orange Shield Coating and cutting edges made of SinterHip Hi-Density Industrial Chrome Carbide for a long-lasting performance. After a test performed by Wood Magazine, CMT orange bits have been rated the first overall router bits compared to other brands.
This CMT 60° Laser Point bit lets you make bevels so smooth and engravings so incredibly precise that they seem to have been made with a laser. The three super sharp cutting edges and the perfectly balanced bit allow you to work with superior precision and accuracy, even down to the point. Work the entire 1/2 diameter to create bold highlighted lettering and engraving or vary the height of the bit to create more delicate decorative work. The Laser point makes both a clean 30° bevel and engraves at a 60° angle. Super strong steel shank and micrograin carbide tips guarantee you a long lasting performance.
wonderful and sharp! used on cnc router for text and I couldn't be happier.Published 1 month ago by Mister IT
These are our favorite v-bit for CNC routing. They are a bit spendy, but we rung probably 400-500 carves per year and these are the best. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Penguin Manufacturing
this is the best bit I've used by far. It stays sharp and clean and keeps a very fine point.Published 4 months ago by dennis A W
Received quickly, but the blades were marred with nicks about half way up the edge. luckily, I don't need to use the entire edge.Published 5 months ago by Jim Garten
The bits were sharp although they appeared to have been re-sharpened. The Shank had ware marks and rust.Published 6 months ago by Scott McPhee