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Dia Grinding Bits???

June 8 2017 at 6:05 PM
Michael  (Login koeppelm)

Hey everybody, just wondering what type of bits and tools you use for detailing work? I'm just about finished with my first wood carving. I was cutting a load of hardwood for my dad on his property and had a crotched section of a big ash tree. I saw a squirrel and thought would be funny to carve it. i'm trying to get into the tight spots and don't have a carving bar yet. don't want invest a lot seeing i'm still in college. and advice would be cool.

 
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Barre
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Re: Dia Grinding Bits???

June 9 2017, 6:48 AM 

I use 1/4in router bits in my die grinder. I have tried different things but find this works well for me. I have a dremel tool with a small cutter also I use it on very small projects eyes nose etc. I think the carbide type cutters work good but the rasp type fill up weigh crap as dose the little drum sander thingies.
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Art
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Re: Dia Grinding Bits???

June 11 2017, 6:08 AM 

Dremels work well and is your cheapest option. A good die grinder is expensive as well as the bits.

 
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