Carbide Bits

Tweakie

Moderator
I use a lot of carbide engraving bits and it has been found cheaper to import new bit from China than to re-sharpen used bits. Only snag is that some of the Chinese manufacturer's / suppliers seem to be unable to tell the difference between Carbide and HSS so preferred supplier's have to be chosen carefully.
 

DazTheGas

Moderator
Ive bought a lot of Carbide bits from Cutwel.co.uk especially the Alu_Power Carbide by YG and find then excellant.

DTG
 

Joe.Average

Moderator
Hi,
I use a lot of small carbide drills and endmills for PCBs and drillman1 at:
carbideplus is very good, stocking an extenstive range of Kyocera Tycom tools and selected
other brands.

The Destiny Tools Raptor is just the best I've come across for stainless steel.

Craig
 
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