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eloid
03-12-2007, 10:50 PM
looking for a vendor which carries raised panel bits which i want to use in
cnc router table.

If anyone has seen a suppier which carries classic ogees like this pm me

bp092
03-16-2007, 07:59 PM
looking for a vendor which carries raised panel bits which i want to use in
cnc router table.

If anyone has seen a suppier which carries classic ogees like this pm me

many suppliers carry these, hope these links help.. there are a lot of cheap raised panel sets out there with ogee style profiles that are really cheap, these below should be top notch..

http://www.amanatool.com/cncroutingdetails/rc-4000.html


5900F,6000F and 5900G, 6000G are almost exact to your photo

http://www.whitesiderouterbits.com/catalog.html

https://www.onsrud.com/oc/pdf/2006MDFPanel-DoorBit.pdf

And onsrud has panel/mdf cutter inserts for cnc designed bits

ger21
03-16-2007, 08:05 PM
Looks like you got your sample pics from www.eagle-america.com (http://www.eagle-america.com)

Why not buy from them? I buy a lot of my bits from them. They also have a cheaper line at http://pricecutter.com/product.asp?pn=P15-3918&c2p=dd

eloid
03-16-2007, 11:57 PM
does anyone have a router or spindle that of handle this kind of bits

http://www.amanatool.com/industrial/routing.pdf

also looking for idea for a diy spindle, maybe a 5ph 120v motor driving
a nice custom made belt drive spindle that can handle these bits
was thinking of get a heavy duty shaft made up by machine shop with a gear box ?

bp092
03-17-2007, 12:04 AM
You posted a IMG link to the file source on your desktop, you need to upload it or provide the original link.

Maybe ger might have some rec's on spindles like var. speed routers that accept 3/4 collets so I posted what you emailed me in response below. All of the routers I've seen even 3hp are 1/2" collets.




Thank for the links
you have given me a few ideas
much appreached, A question, the www.amanatool.com use CNC Insert Multi Profile Raised Panel Router Bits - Infinity SystemT with 3/4 shanks? They must be use cnc spindle
ie a VFD. I herd they cost $3000. And you will need 3 phase to run them?

DO u know of a router that handle this kind of 3/4 shank from amana

http://www.amanatool.com/cncroutingdetails/rc-4000.html


Lastly, to ger's question, why not just buy from the company you originally posted the picture of their products?

eloid
03-17-2007, 12:07 AM
You posted a IMG link to the file source on your desktop, you need to upload it or provide the original link.

Maybe ger might have some rec's on spindles like var. speed routers that accept 3/4 collets so I posted what you emailed me in response below. All of the routers I've seen even 3hp are 1/2" collets.




Lastly, to ger's question, why not just buy from the company you originally posted the picture of their products?


looking for the best deal...lol need to save for more $ for toys for my cnc project lol

bp092
03-17-2007, 12:11 AM
I wouldn't skimp on tooling, your toys won't make a difference anyway you build them, you can add anything to the machine if you have cheap tooling then you still won't have a good end product.. and if you're looking on the cheaper side forget onsrud and amana, maybe whiteside, but I wouldn't go too cheap.. these bits don't cost that much in relative to what they put out and how long they will last

ger21
03-17-2007, 12:36 AM
Amana makes a single edge bit like the first one in that catalog with a 1/2" shank. We use it at work. RC 1154
http://www.amanatool.com/cncroutingdetails/rc-1154.html

We also have one of those Infinity raised panel bits. It costs more than a 3HP router, and weighs about 5 pounds. It's very, very big.

Any of those Amana tools need a serious spindle. About $2K minimum. The cheapest you'll probably find would be here. http://www.ekstromcarlson.com/router_packages.htm

ger21
03-17-2007, 12:37 AM
Actually, most of the bits in that .pdf cost more than a 3HP router. :)

eloid
03-17-2007, 01:13 PM
This for different project but Im also looking to find someone to make me a custom 1/2 shank bit ... unfortunatly it can not be cut in several pass :(
This is for curved handrail, with a volute

ger21
03-17-2007, 01:22 PM
Check with www.vortextool.com
I've had them make us some custom bits in the past.