Looking for some Bit recommendations

Going to be making a series of boxes I use for work that I would like to engrave my logo onto and I was wondering if anyone could give me a recommendation for some good bits to use? I am running a ridged R2200 which I believe accepts a 1/8" and a 1/4" shank.

If anyone could share some links to trusted bits I would very much appreciate it.


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Thanks @bar! Very kind of you!

Not a recommendation.
This will arrive 3rd Jan.

What i read here is happiness with 1/8" and guess it will make a difference to the big bits (5mm+) i’ve tested.

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Those look like great bits but not for engraving. these are the type of bits I use accept I use the ones from bosch which are fantastic.

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I missed that, sorry. 90° or 45° is what you are looking for I guess.
2D engraving is no issue.
A 20° bit like this and for fonts that require 3D, the feedrate of Z has to be correct for your Z-axis i think.

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I’ve had a lot of success from engraving tools I’ve bought at www.precisebits.com. I think I had originally seen the link for their website in the Maslow Wiki.

I’ve used a couple different tools from this page:

This was a test I did with a few different bits and cut settings. The top two engravings are with their 60* engraving tool:

And the final result (with that same 60* tool) on my Z-axis gusset:


Beware! - I have seen in other forums not to blindly accept V bits. Often the angle is off. You should measure and adjust the V bit angle. I think the user that I saw on you tube last year was in Vcarve pro - Adjusting the angle gave truer output.

Free advice -

Thank you

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