There are many factors to consider when choosing the right CNC router bits, but work requirements and engraving material are the two factors you must consider. In addition, CNC drill bits are made of special materials because they need to withstand high temperatures, shock, and vibration when cutting and engraving materials. Here I will introduce you in detail to the work requirements, engraving material, and drill material.
- What kind of products are you currently making? What are your needs for the product you are engraving? For example, if you need to machine a product with a smooth surface that needs to be finely engraved, but also have complex requirements for the shape of the product, then a ball-nose tips may be the best choice for you. It can produce a smooth flat surface when machined, which is not possible with other bits. However, if you need to produce signs with letters and designs on a flat surface, a V-groove engraving mill is better for you.
- What material are you carving? Is it wood or metal? Is it glass, acrylic or plastic? The material you need to cut and engrave will determine the choice of CNC router bits. Different engraving materials also require different drill bits. If you choose a drill bit that is not suitable, it may cause the drill bit to bend or break, or even damage your engraving machine. The processing of hard materials requires CNC drill bits with higher hardness and higher toughness, such as diamond drill bits.
- The material of the CNC router bit is also a factor you should consider. Make sure the drill bit material you choose is hard, wear-resistant, high-strength and tough, and heat-resistant.
According to different classification methods, different types of drill bits can be classified, and different types have different processing effects. Choosing the right drill not only can get better processing results, but also help to extend the tool life and save costs.