Internet #100660697

Model # DR75102

Store SKU #750858

Store SO SKU #315129

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1/4 in. x 1 in. Carbide Up Spiral Router Bit

  • Use in CNC, hand-held or table-mounted routers
  • Cuts all composition materials, plywood, hardwood & softwood
  • TiCo Hi-Density Carbide for flawless finishes and longer life
$ 21 97

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Product Overview

  • Use in CNC, hand-held or table-mounted routers
  • Cuts all composition materials, plywood, hardwood & softwood
  • TiCo Hi-Density Carbide for flawless finishes and longer life
A kickback-reducing design and high-grade composition make this Diablo 1/4 in. x 1 in. Carbide Up Spiral Router Bit one smooth-operating accessory. Suitable for use on wood and manmade material, this durable carbide bit produces safe, precise cuts and features tri-metal brazing to reduce vibrations and impacts.
  • Delivers a precise, safe cut in both wood and manmade material
  • High-density carbide body with titanium construction offers a long cutting life
  • 1/4 in. Cut diameter with 1 in. maximum depth produces consistent swaths
  • Kickback-reducing design allows steady operation
  • Requires a minimum chuck size of 1/4 in.

Product Overview

  • Use in CNC, hand-held or table-mounted routers
  • Cuts all composition materials, plywood, hardwood & softwood
  • TiCo Hi-Density Carbide for flawless finishes and longer life
Model #: DR75102
Sku #: 750858
Internet #: 100660697

A kickback-reducing design and high-grade composition make this Diablo 1/4 in. x 1 in. Carbide Up Spiral Router Bit one smooth-operating accessory. Suitable for use on wood and manmade material, this durable carbide bit produces safe, precise cuts and features tri-metal brazing to reduce vibrations and impacts.

  • Delivers a precise, safe cut in both wood and manmade material
  • High-density carbide body with titanium construction offers a long cutting life
  • 1/4 in. Cut diameter with 1 in. maximum depth produces consistent swaths
  • Kickback-reducing design allows steady operation
  • Requires a minimum chuck size of 1/4 in.

Specifications

Dimensions

Cut Diameter
.24
Product Depth (in.)
3.8
Product Height (in.)
.7
Product Length (in.)
2.5
Product Width (in.)
.8 in
Shank Diameter (in.)
1/4"

Details

Bit Material
Carbide
Individual/Set
Individual
Number of Flutes
2
Number of Pieces
1
Returnable
180-Day
Router/planer type
Straight
Self-Feeding
No
Shank Style
Straight
Shank Style
Straight
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Specifications

Dimensions

Cut Diameter
.24
Product Depth (in.)
3.8
Product Height (in.)
.7
Product Length (in.)
2.5
Product Width (in.)
.8 in
Shank Diameter (in.)
1/4"

Details

Bit Material
Carbide
Individual/Set
Individual
Number of Flutes
2
Number of Pieces
1
Returnable
180-Day
Router/planer type
Straight
Self-Feeding
No
Shank Style
Straight
Shank Style
Straight
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

Isn't the picture of this bit incorrect? An up-spiral bit should wind toward the tip on the righ...

Isn't the picture of this bit incorrect? An up-spiral bit should wind toward the tip on the right side of the bit. This one is winding upward on the left.
Asked by: Jumbliah
An up spiral indicates the waste is pulled toward the router. If you were using the bit in a hand held router the waste would go up ward. If you were using the bit in a router table the waste would go downward toward the router.
Answered by: TheSawDustWhisperer
Date published: 2020-02-20

What exactly is the purpose of this bit?

What exactly is the purpose of this bit?
Asked by: SB
The 'up-spiral' or perhaps it could be called an 'out-spiral' bit, produces a smooth cut which lifts and removes debris out from the channel being cut, instead of leaving it full of shavings, with all the advantages others have mentioned. HOWEVER, such a spiral bit has the SLIGHT disadvantage of occasionally causing some break-out (chipping) of the edge of a channel because the cutting force is at an angle. For this reason, you would not use this bit (and should seek out a 'DOWN-spiral bit) if the definition of the edge of the channel is important, such as when routing a detailed pattern or letters/name. You will usually see down-spiral bits in small diameters where the need to avoid tear-out is most important. For most work, I find up-spiral bits preferable to straight bits, and worth the slight extra cost.
Answered by: Robbo
Date published: 2019-12-31

Can this be used on a CNC machine to cut aluminum sheets?

Asked by: wslymsgrv
It could be used in a wood cutting CNC machine for sure. I would use an endmill in my Bridgeport Mill for metal cutting. No doubt it would cut aluminum sheets, but this shape of bit wuold have a tendency to catch or snag thin sheets. I would use a different shape/style bit with a rounded nose. Also, an "up Spiral" will tend to lift the metal sheet, increasing the possibility of snagging. A piece of sheet metal caught on a rotating machine is a very dangerous thing. If you have no other choice, use clamps and heavy gloves.
Answered by: DrC
Date published: 2020-04-07

can this be used in a CNC router

can this be used in a CNC router
Asked by: Lenny
It would work well in that application
Answered by: DrC
Date published: 2020-04-07
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