⅛” X ½” Up-Spiral Flat Router Bit

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  • Great for intricate cuts and finer details
  • Ideal for a wide variety of materials and projects
  • Solid carbide composition stays sharp longer
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⅛” X ½” Up-Spiral Flat Router Bit - SE1-2500-1250U

Product Overview

The ⅛” Up-Spiral bit is a perfect complement to our ¼” cutter. Its narrower diameter gives you the freedom to cut finer details, while its solid carbide composition keeps this cutter sharp after hours of use. With its ¼” shank, this cutter also fits in Origin’s stock collet.

Overall Length: 2”

Shank Diameter: 0.25”

Cutter Diameter: 0.125”

Cutter Length: 0.5”

Geometry: Upcut, Spiral, 2 flute

Material: Solid Carbide

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, this bit will fit the ¼” collet that is supplied with Origin.

As a general rule of thumb for cutting wood, it’s best to never cut deeper than the diameter of the bit. So for a ⅛” bit, you should not cut deeper than ⅛” in a single pass. Because every material is different, it’s best to perform test cuts to find the ideal pass depth and cut specs when working with a new material.

This depends on the material you are cutting. You can find more information on recommended settings for Origin based on material types in this article: material recommendations.

The up-spiral design pulls material up and out of your cuts. This can leave a little fuzz on the top edge of your material but this is easily removed with a quick rough-up with fine grit sandpaper. Adjacent spoilboards are always recommended when making cuts beyond the edge of your material.

The ⅛” up-spiral router bit can cut to a maximum depth of ½".

Resin, sap, and adhesives will build up on your cutter edge over time. This generates more friction on your cutter and accelerates edge degradation. Keep your cutters clean with a small brass brush, citrus cleaner and a rag.