CNC routers need bits. They determine the kind of processing you can do, the resolution of your finished designs, and how fast you can move through the material. A compression bit combines two standard geometries; downcut and upcut to enable operators to process double sides laminates.
Tool selection is criticial when it comes to achieving a desired surface finish, tool life, or cut speed for a specific material. This blog covers the difference between upcut and downcut CNC router bits, explaining the situations in which each should be used.
AXYZ CNC routers are built to be accurate and reliable, using the best quality parts. However, they work hard and need to be taken care of. This blog introduces operators to general machine housekeeping and provides quick tips of maintaining your CNC router to keep it at peak performance all year long.
CNC routers benefit from the use of a MDF sacrifical bed, ensuring maximum vacuum hold down. The introduction of the fixed sacrificial bed offers multiple benefits over other options. This blog covers the options available, the benefits they offer and how operators can maintain their sacrificial bed for best results.