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Does anyone make a 60 degree chamfer bit? I bevel both sides of 1" plastic leaving about 1/8" flat in the middle. I made a bit and use it in a milling machine but it is not a good set up even though it does get the job done.
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Hi Dick

You may want to check out the links below, they may work for you.

60 Lettering Bits

http://www.sommerfeldtools.com/list.asp?d=66&p=1

http://www.mlcswoodworking.com/shops...s/bt_sign.html




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Does anyone make a 60 degree chamfer bit? I bevel both sides of 1" plastic leaving about 1/8" flat in the middle. I made a bit and use it in a milling machine but it is not a good set up even though it does get the job done.
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Do you want 60 angle from the shank or from the the flat surface of the material you are cutting? A 30 chamfer bit like the Freud 40-206 is measured relative to the shank. If you need the angle in the other plane you may be able to run the material on edge.
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It is 60 degrees from the shank. The plastic has irregular shapes and is wide. Good idea though.
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Hi Dick

Just one more place to get the bits from

http://pricecutter.com/product.asp?pn=P13-2111
http://pricecutter.com/product.asp?pn=P13-2129
http://pricecutter.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_P13%2D2106

They are a bit high in price (on some of the items) BUT they do have the hard to find router bits .
Like this one ▼
http://pricecutter.com/product.asp?pn=P13-2242

http://pricecutter.com/category.asp?c=243788&c2c=ln

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It is 60 degrees from the shank. The plastic has irregular shapes and is wide. Good idea though.
If you can get by with 64.5 you can use this 99-511:



and replace the bearing with one that is 1-1/8".
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Hi Charles,that's a great work around BUT

I could not find a bearing ( 1 1/8" O.D.) that would fit the bit, do you have a part number for the bearing. ? and a list price for it ...

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Bj,

Freud item# is 62-148 and list price is $7.60. This bearing is included in our 7 bearing Multi-Rabbet bit sets or can be special ordered from a Freud dealer to get it separately.
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Thanks Charles

http://www.acetoolonline.com/Product...ode=FRE-62-148

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