Hey everyone…I apologize if this is an ignorant questions, but that’s just it, I don’t know so, what I tend to do when “I” don’t know something, is ask others who may. I apologize if that’s quite often too LOL
N E Ways…
This is the description of the 20 Deg v I purchased a few months back. I’ve yet to use it, because I’ve just never understood what to enter into the Tool Libary for it… Can someone tell me what 3/5 means or do you think that’s a typo on the seller’s part? Also, if you have a clue or some guideance on what you would enter into the tool library for “all” the fields, I would be Super Grateful! Here’s that description:
LINER BITS, used for decorative trimming, lettering and engraving.
Cutting diameter: 3/5”, “V” 20 degree
Shank Diameter: 1/4" , Overall Length: 2"
Great performance on all types of hard wood, soft wood and plastics.
Yup! 5/8th on the tape, which is bout that .6. Sometimes, believe it or not (lol), there are major typos on Amazon product descriptions, “but” I can see, if you do the math, you can get this point six, just seemed odd they listed it that way, when 90% of other bits just say their dimensions out right. Hey thanks guys.
Now anyone got a recipe to enter into the settings for this baby? LOL
Look’s like they may mean 3/5 the 1/4"shank dimension ?
.25 shank / 5 = 0.05 per x 3 = 0.15" cutting diameter?
either way, this just may be a good candidate for my cribbage boards.
I have this coming a nice “V-Gloove”…(talk about typos at the Amazon website…)
Dang…that’s a good theory too. I don’t know what to think at this point, nor what to enter for it. I’m combing the web trying to find something similar to go off of for the feeds and speeds, depth of cut, etc. If you find something, please let me know, I would appreciate it. Really wanna try this sucker out, but don’t know what to enter it as