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|AFS91082||Ø23 x 40 / Z5 FB2||1/2 Gas|
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CNC Finger Bits
Diamond CNC Finger bits for the stone fabrication
A wide range of Diamond CNC Finger Bits for CNC machines, working centers and radial arm machines.
When working the stone with a CNC machine the finger bit is one of the most common tools because it’s used for milling away material and cutting any arc in stone.
We offer different types of finger bits to provide a fast and precise cutting with a long lasting lifespan in any material:
- Electroplated: for marble
- Sintered: with a hard bond for soft stone
- Sintered: with a soft bond for hard granites to engineered stone
- Sintered: with very soft bond designed for the hardest stones like quartzite
A soft material must be cut with a hard binder finger bit; a hard material requires a soft binder bit.
The standard thread size for finger bits is 1/2” gas but you find also bits with a cylindrical shank or flange connection.
The finger bits must work “on the side”. Never enter the material with a movement in Z but only with a lateral movement in X-Y. To enter the material from top to bottom, use the replaceable finger bit tip, or the segmented finger bit specifically designed for incremental cuts.
Of course to use the replaceable tip you need an adapter with 1/2 “gas thread on one side and M10 or M12 on the other one.
Choosing a Sintered Finger Bit can be confusing because of the many types available. To help you have a look at the following chart:
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