CNC Routing with CNC Shark Presented by Woodworker’s Journal


CNC Routing has never been easier! Rob Johnstone, Editor in Chief of Woodworker’s Journal magazine, explores the learning process involved with getting start…
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Rockler 25-Pc. HSS Brad Point Bit Set


These bits are made of precision-ground high speed steel (HSS) that keeps a sharp edge longer, resists wear and possible overheating. Center brad point allows accurate positioning and prevents skating. Side cutting edges have relieved backs to reduce friction and produce smooth side walls.
25-Piece HSS Brad Point Bit Set Includes:

25 bits ranging from 1/8″ to 1/2″ diameter size in 1/64″ increments
4 bonus small diameter split point bits: 1/16″, 5/64″, 3/32″, 7/64″
Includes convenient storage box
List Price: $ 49.49
Price: $ 49.49

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6 Responses to “CNC Routing with CNC Shark Presented by Woodworker’s Journal”

  1. JFelix Heather

    The main cause many people never complete the woodwork project is because
    of a bad plan.

  2. Yogesh Malaviya

    what controller is used?

  3. Eldon Triggs

    I have one of these we purchased to machine composite samples for testing.
    It works great on .25 inch thick carbon fiber, fiberglass, and natural
    fiber composites. We have also used it to make signs for the department
    offices. We run at a slow feed rate and have very few issues. We are
    switching over to some diamond sintered milling bits.

  4. Athar Attu

    Lovely Video! Sorry for the intrusion, I am interested in your opinion.
    Have you ever tried – Antonello Astonishing Woodwork Takeover (just google
    it)? Ive heard some incredible things about it and my m8 after a lifetime
    of fighting assembled the most beatiful piece of art with it.

  5. glockstar76
  6. Rob Johnstone

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