8mm X 35mm Up-Spiral Flat Router Bit

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  • 35 mm cutter length lets you use more of Origin’s Z-axis travel
  • Three flutes stay sharp longer
  • Appropriate for a wide range of materials, for both roughing and finishing passes
  • Use with the 8 mm collet


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8mm X 35mm Up-Spiral Flat Router Bit - SF1-8-8DP

Product Overview

Take advantage of more of Origin’s Z-axis travel range with this 35 mm cutter length. Three flutes provide cutting advantages in a wide range of materials, from foam to hardwood. Increased pass depth will make your Origin projects more efficient without compromising on cut quality or stability. The shaft is marked for exact collet clamping to save time during bit changes. 

  • Overall Length: 80 mm

  • Shank Diameter: 8 mm

  • Cutter Diameter: 8 mm

  • Cutter Length: 35 mm

  • Usable Length: 47 mm

  • Geometry: Upcut, Spiral, 3 Flute

  • Material: Solid Carbide

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this router bit compatible with Origin?

Yes, this bit's shank will fit the 8 mm collet that is part of the Complete Collet Kit

What is the best spindle speed, feed rate, and plunge rate for this router bit?

You can find a complete table of cut spec recommendations for this bit here.

Will this bit leave tear-out on my material surface?

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

What is the maximum cutting depth?

The 8mm X 35mm up-spiral flat router bit can cut to a maximum depth of 45mm.

Is this bit suitable for cutting mortise-and-tenon joinery?

The 8mm X 35mm up-spiral flat router bit is a great option for cutting mortises and tenons up to a total depth of 45mm. The up-spiral design removes material quickly, resulting in excellent cut quality.

How can I maintain my bits?

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

Frequently Asked Questions