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The Most Complete CNC Router Bits Tutorial and Review [AND The Best CNC Router Starter Set]

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This review tutorial is about CNC router bits for beginners and explains everything you need to know about CNC router bits. You will find what to look for and the best CNC router bit starter set. It is likely the best CNC router bits review on YouTube. It also tells you what router bits you need.

In it, you will learn what are the best router bits starter sets for beginners. As an absolute beginner, you will learn about good router bit sets, router bits and their cuts, the types of CNC router bits, feeds and speeds. And you will learn what are flutes, up cut bits (upcut), down cut bits (downcut), engraving bits, and carbide CNC router bits. Also discussed are coated router bits.

Covered are ballnose bits, endmills, v bit (or v-bits), surfacing bits, bowl bits, drag bits for engraving, T-slot bits. You will learn, as a beginner, which bits you need first and which to avoid.

This video goes into detail on bits and what they are made of. You will learn which wood bits are used for engraving, sign making, carving, bits for MDF, drag bits for engraving and t-slot bits.

CNC router bits can be used on aluminum, plastic, MDF, acrylic, and of course wood. Those details are covered in other videos.

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FREE Feeds & Speeds table: https://bit.ly/3fxYeUF

Garrett Fromme
Types of CNC Router Bits: 1:28
Types of cutting edges: 6:49
Endmills: 10:59
Coating on router bits: 16:00
Router bit construction: 19:11
Cheap Bits: 25:30
Demonstrations: 22:20
What CNC router bits you need: 37:25
Where to get them: 41:20
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→ 1” Surfacing bit required for surfacing your spoil board: https://bit.ly/2QEYLKz
→ Bowl Bit: https://shrsl.com/2txdm
→ Drag bit: https://bit.ly/3tRy98s
→ T-slot bit set (avg. performance): https://amzn.to/3kSSUws

→ Calipers. For the price, it is a very good set: https://amzn.to/338MAt3
→ Hearing protection (plugs don’t work): https://amzn.to/2Hs1RgW
→ MUST WATCH Engraving bit video: https://youtu.be/TvmUO3Cvxmk
→ Surfacing bit video: https://youtu.be/JwFwdbohzjY
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→ Glass engraving drag bit: https://bit.ly/3tRy98s

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  1. Garrett, thanks for the video as well as all the others and helping those that are new and not so new I'm the CNC world! Can't wait to see what you come up with next!

  2. Very good information, Garrett. I have a big assortment of mat boards for use in framing pictures. Do you know if the tapered bits will cut that mat board cleanly. I have straight line and oval cutters that I could market and use the space they take up for the CNC. Thanks for your input. You are an inspiration for sure!

  3. This is a great video.. been binge watching your channel..can’t wait to get my cnc and get started, you have really eased my fears on all aspects of getting started. Thank you so much.
    I will be taking you up on you bit offers you promote. You really explain things in a way I can understand. Thanks for you time.

  4. Awesome video ,I am in the process of buying my first CNC ,searching around for bits and i came across this video ,great video on bit description and use ,also great deal on bit package thank you

  5. Just a shout out to you. I am brand SPANKING new to CNC and I have been watching your videos and just wanted to say thank you for all the info you share! One of tips that has saved my ass more than once is running the gcode with no bit!!lol SO Simple but yet awesome when you are new. THANK YOU.

  6. I ordered my first CNC from Next Wave a few days ago and have been watching various introductory videos. Yours are very easy to follow and while I have experience using router bits, I was very uneducated about the designs of them. This was a great help and I appreciate the content!

  7. Garrett, I really appreciate you taking the time to explain and demonstrate the quality and types of bits. I never in a million years thought I would own a CNC. I am a lucky man, my wife saw one on an auction site and spoke with a few people that she trusted and they encouraged her to buy it for me. She, according to them, got an unbelievable deal. Anyway thank you for taking the time to explain this to a brand spanking new CNC owner. I hope to have a lot of fun and make interesting things for family and friends. Again thank you from a new fan.

  8. Hi there! I just stumbled on your channel by fluke. I subbed. After watching your information video; I instantly just became a fan. I appreciate the knowledge you share. I learned a lot.
    Thank You. –

  9. This is one of the “Five Best” videos a newcomer has seen.
    My CNC journey will be making clock dials (sheet brass substrate), Big items (numbers, minute marks) look like the work of a V-bit. But very small script (makers name) might need a finer cut.
    Do your bit suggestions for brass differ from your suggestions for wood? Is diamond drag the answer for the finest cuts? Do you know the actual width or depth of a diamond bit cut?
    How should “feeds and speeds” be adjusted for brass?

  10. So, your 50 minute tutorial took me 3 hours what with note taking and going to different sites to check it out and signing up and corralling the puppy who didn't like me ignoring her for so long… I'm sure I'll watch it again. Thanks for the great information. We are waiting for our first machine to show up. Since it's looks like yours I decided to listen to your bits tutorial. I'm now gonna spend at least the rest of the week (machine arrives Friday) watching more of your stuff. We're gonna be buds!!

  11. At your age you can probably appreciate this jest….you remind me of Ron Pompeil of the Ronco company…."and thats not all you get…." I really appreciate your videos. I am in the process of retiring for the second time and will be building a small hobby shop in my new location. Your videos have been very informative and changed my view on what CNC I will be buying.

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