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Best CNC Router Bits & Tools For Beginners, Good CNC route bit set

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This video explains a good basic set of CNC router bits beginners need to start with for a CNC router. This includes down bits, endmills, carving bits. You will also learn where to get everything you need. All links for the CNC router bits are below. Below is a link to a complete starter set of cnc router bits that are set up for the beginner. It also includes free files.

A good starter set of CNC router bits should be made of carbide steel. Cheap ‘practice’ bits are okay for just that. Consider them throw-away bits. they do not last long at all.


→ 8-pc carbide CNC router bit set (w/ free vector files) https://bit.ly/3d1iQnF
→ 1” Surfacing bit required for surfacing your spoil board: https://bit.ly/2QEYLKz

→ Calipers (NUST HAVE). For the price, it is a very good set: https://amzn.to/338MAt3
→ Hearing protection (earplugs don’t work): https://amzn.to/2Hs1RgW

→ 1-1/8″ facing bit: https://amzn.to/2HmV7kg
→ Well rounded set w/ down bits: https://amzn.to/2UNQcvT
→ 90-degree V-bit & ball nose set: https://amzn.to/3lThs7X
→ 60-degree V-bit: https://amzn.to/3pTbUg6

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Once you get a basic understanding, then comes the search on Amazon and boy, is that frustrating. Don’t worry, the entire list of what you need is below and all links are provided for you to save that hassle (you’ll thank me later)

Without this basic set of router bits and tools, you will not be able to effectively run your CNC router. So, what are the best (and necessary) router bits and tools you will need for your new CNC router?

As much as you may not think you’ll need calipers, you’ll be glad you got them. Otherwise, you’ll unexpectedly cut into your spoilboard (and that’s not fun)

The video discusses this and a list is below so you don’t have to search for it.

You will need the items listed below to get started with your CNC router. Below are links to all the things I mentioned in the video including router bits and other tools you will need

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  1. I recently decided to purchase a CNC (Lugana) and it comes wirh the VCarve Pro software. I have watched several different tutorials, but your the only one that I can follow. Thanks for making it simple enough for me. I downloaded the free trial and when I follow your step by step video for beginners I don't always get the same results. Are there different revisions of this soft ware?

  2. Hi Garrett. Greetings from East Africa! Thank you very much for this insightful video. I ordered for my 8-pc carbide CNC router bit set about a week ago and received it today. Very neat I must say. Thank you once again for your support.

  3. Beginner question. Using Aspire software. I create the sign that I want. When setting up tool paths how do I know which bit I need to use? Or is this just a learning experience?

  4. With the thinner engraving bits, especially the 1/8" and thinner should you dial down the inches per minute feed rate so as not to break the bits? The spindle can exert a lot of side force on the cutting edge of the bits. Don't want to ruin any investment on the tools if we don't need to. Thanks,

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