2 Flute BALL NOSE Carbide Mill (for 3D Carving)

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1/8-1/8-BN-2F-17 [G2]
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A favourite of CNC enthusiasts is to 3D carve and a ball nose router bit allows you to do just that. These are a great entry level bits as the are value for money compared to tapered ball nose. The radius = 1/2 of the diameter with no flat bottom. These bits can also be used to engrave lettering.

Suitable for

  • Plastics (ABS, acrylic, HPDE etc.)
  • Wood (MDF, hardwood)
  • Wood (Ply & softwoods)

Adam’s Tips

Cutting against the grain reduces fuzzy material forming in your carve. This can be set in your 3D carving software under the term "raster".

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  • 5
    Bull nose

    Posted by Terry Udy on 31st May 2021

    works great , used to get rid of bulk before using smaller tapered bit

  • 5
    R1 ball end mill

    Posted by Greg on 16th Feb 2021

    Super sharp and clean cut on fine detail. Be careful with your gcode and settings because of the size, they can easily snap

  • 5
    End mill

    Posted by Jason Morrison on 21st Sep 2020

    Excellent product shipping very quick will buy again.

  • 5
    0.75 tapered ball mill

    Posted by Shaun on 15th Jul 2020

    Quality tapered ball mill that delivers excellent cut quality, clean finish cutting 2mm deep into MDF on a single pass

  • 5
    2 Flute BALL NOSE Carbide Mill (for 3D Carving)

    Posted by Wayne Chaffey on 5th Jul 2020

    i use this bit to carve 3d relief's, does a great job.

  • 5
    Great with ply!

    Posted by Dan Gamble on 17th Oct 2019

    Clean and accurate! Using this end mill will probably reduce my finishing time by about 90% and that's a conservative estimate!

  • 5
    Adams Bits

    Posted by Bob Pease on 22nd Jul 2019

    Great quality, fantastic customer service, can highly recommend Adams Bits

  • 4
    Yet to be run.

    Posted by Jacob on 17th Apr 2019

    Still waiting to run the cutters. Expecting this cutter to produce very nice results.

  • 5
    starting out

    Posted by pete on 7th Mar 2019

    not used yet