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2 Flute STRAIGHT TAPERED Ball Nose Carbide Mill

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If you want to up your 3D carving game using a variety of radii to refine your desired detail without breaking the bank, these are the bits. Sporting a 20deg full angle across all radii, these bits are suitable for wood and provide a clean cut with it's straight flute edge. Naturally with straight flute bits, the harder the material (timber), the cleaner the cut.

Suitable for

  • Timber - plywood, soft and hard wood, MDF

Adam’s Tips

Tapered ball nose are designed to be rigid even with a small radius which cannot be achieved with traditional ball nose bits. If your CNC is rigid enough, you may be able to 3D carve without needing to perform a roughing operation if cutting length permits.

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  • 5
    Quality Of Bit

    Posted by Chris McConnell on 16th Dec 2022

    High Quality, Very reliable bit to use

  • 5
    2 flute straight tapered ball nose end mill

    Posted by Phil Wood on 19th Jul 2021

    Quality you won’t get anywhere else. Perfect tool for the job

  • 5

    Posted by Rod Jackson on 9th Jun 2021

    Came with in 3 working days of ordering. It was shipped the same day as ordered. Just Australia post is slow. But great service from Adam's Bits and knowledge of their parts as well.

  • 4
    Really good quality

    Posted by Peter on 9th Feb 2021

    Product description could have the dimensions outlined. I tought i ordere 1mm wide bit but now looking at specs states R1.0 so its probably 2mm

  • 5

    Posted by Wayne on 30th Nov 2020

    Like a lot of us always shop around for a deal.. Guilty.. I have purchased "The Cheapies" and regretted those purchases on most occasions. :-( Whatever I get from Adam has been Top Quality and stayed sharp So Much Longer . Also the shafts are a constant size .. unlike most others I have purchased ...Online "China location" others :-) Delivery has alway been just so quick it spooks me how they do it :-)