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High Speed and PCD Insert Jointing/Premill Cutter Heads We have a wide range of Polycrystalline Diamond (PCD) jointing /premill cutter heads for a variety of edgebanders,  including Biesse, Brandt, Cehisa, Holzher, Homag, SCM and Stefani. For demanding or high speed applications, we offer a cutter head that provides impressive results. These high performance PCD cutter heads…read more

Novitec – Designed for High Speed Roughing The 6235 Series Novitec Roughing Bit is designed for hogging/roughing cuts using higher feed rates in a variety of applications. Great for rebating and jointing,  the Novitec bit offers a superior chip removal rate with interchangeable cutting pins. The cutting pins are re-grindable several times which makes this bit…read more

6245 Series Insert Surface Planer The 6245 Series Insert Surface Planer is designed for use in a variety of applications in addition to surface planing.  The unique insert design makes this a great tool for rebating, jointing  and grooving up to 35mm in addition to surfacing in solid wood, panels and composites.  With two reversible tips…read more

Diamond is known as a material with impressive characteristics. Even the name, Diamond, which stems from the ancient Greek word  “αδάμας” – “adámas,” translates to unbreakable. In particular diamond is the hardest mineral known and also has the highest thermal conductivity. These two traits, in addition to its abrasion-resistance…..

Deep Pocket (Lock Mortise) Bit Our insert deep pocket mortise bit is made of a special high quality steel grade to route deep lock mortise cut-outs without the tool experiencing any tool deflection.  Excellent for door hardware and other deep pocket cut applications. This tool uses two offset chipbreaker insert knives that have a 16mm…read more

Looking for ETS Style Collets for Your CMS Machine? ETS Style collets for CMS routers are becoming more difficult to find and are very expensive to buy.  We have BT30 and BT35 tool holders for both machine brands that take standard ER collets….a much lower cost collet to replace. These tool holders come with a…read more

Disposable Inserts Help Reduce Machine Downtime Disposable inserts can reduce grinding costs and minimize machining downtime. The evolution of cutting tools has progressed from being quite labor-intense to heavily relying on machines and automated processes. With these efficiencies, it is now more important than ever to keep down set-up times and adjustment times in order to minimize…read more

PCD Diamond Router Bit Designs These PCD diamond router bits were recently featured in an article about Tooling Technology for Woodworking on woodworkingnetwork.com as one of the greatest ways to reduce tooling costs in the right situation. PCD tools are great for situations where the material being cut is consistent lacking metals or impurities that might chip…read more

The Drill on Drill Bits! While metric dimension drill bits all look quite similar to the untrained eye, there are differences in style, design and material quality that have a clear impact on tool performance, cost and your bottom line. About 20 years ago, carbide-tipped drill bits, previously manufactured for the most part in Germany…read more

Lock Mortise Bits (Deep Pocket) Pockets as deep as 4” are not a problem with our deep pocket lock mortise bits. These long reach bits are becoming extremely popular for cutting deep pockets either horizontally or vertically.  This tool is designed for routing/drilling deep mortise pockets in either composite material or solid wood.  The tool body…read more

Increase Productivity with Insert Compression Router Tooling When purchasing tooling for CNC routers the most common choice, especially for nested operations, is solid carbide router bits. Because of the overwhelming options, particularly in small diameters, number of flutes and improved feed speeds, solid carbide is a safe and popular choice. When it comes to machining thicker…read more

Up vs Down Shear Router Bits Ever wondered what the difference is between up and down shear router bits? To the untrained eye, telling the difference between these bits can be difficult if you see them sitting side by side; however, once you see them rotating, the difference becomes clear. The major differences between up…read more