karincorbin Posted May 5, 2015 Share Posted May 5, 2015 For those who are not aware of them the Amana Tool company makes router bits specifically designed for 1:12 scale work. They have a 1/4" shank but they used to be available in Europe with metric shanks. They are beautifully made bits created with precision. They are nothing like the router bits made for the Dremel, this is a whole different class of tool way far above the quality of those. They are expensive to make which by necessity is reflected in the price. The link is to one of the dealers of the miniature Amana router bits "Tools for Today". A good company to deal with that offers good service.The carbide router bit profiles available as sets or individual bits.http://www.toolstoday.com/c-371-miniature-router-bits.aspx They also carry small sized detailing CNC wood carving bitshttp://www.toolstoday.com/c-514-carving-cnc-2d-and-3d-router-bits.aspx And CNC bits for metal and plasticshttp://www.toolstoday.com/c-523-aluminum-steel-plastic-cutting-cnc-router-bit-sets.aspx Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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