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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-26-2019, 08:42 PM Thread Starter
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Yes Stick it was a typo. It's the LU94M010 80T. I also have an Oshlund SBP-100080 80T blade for plastics as well.

TG - at what speed do you run your router at when working with acrylic/plastics?

Gerry - great idea. Looks like I'll be spending some additional $$$ on router bits.
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Depending on what you’re doing, you might consider spending extra and using polycarbonate (Lexan). It’s a lot friendlier for machining and doesn’t crack with sharp edges.
harrysin and Stick486 like this.
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That's a good suggestion Bob. Thanks. I'm looking at making display stands for some people I know that own gun stores and go to the shows.
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