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Decorative Moulding Cutter 8mm

  • Profile routing cutter for edge processing: Profile hollow routing cutters (Cavetto routing cutters), carving profile routing cutters, form routing cutters and multi-profile routing cutters are suitable for edge processing and equipped with ball bearings
  • Form routing cutter multi-profile with ball bearing on shank: For routing work where only a guide "from above" is possible.
  • Profile routing cutter for immersion: Carniscle profiles or groove profiles can also be routed into the surface of a workpiece. These profile cutters are without ball bearings.

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Decorative Moulding Cutter: R 2 mm D 19 mm


R 2 mm | D 19 mm | NL 24,4 mm | S 8 mm | SL 32 mm

Delivery time 1-2 days
EUR 71.33
incl. 19% VAT

Thumb Mould Cutter D 30,2 mm


D 30,2 mm | NL1 6.5 mm | NL2 10.5 mm | S 8 mm | SL 32 mm

Delivery time 1-2 days
EUR 70.47
incl. 19% VAT

Triple Bead Cutter R 3,2 mm


R 3,2 mm | D 22,2 mm | NL 25,4 mm | S 8 mm | SL 32 mm

Delivery time 1-2 days
EUR 92.87
incl. 19% VAT

Triple Flute Cutter R 3,2 mm


R 3,2 mm | D 22,2 mm | NL 25,4 mm | S 8 mm | SL 32 mm

Delivery time 1-2 days
EUR 92.87
incl. 19% VAT

Multi Form Cutter D: 31,8 mm


R1 3.2 mm | R2 4 mm | R3 4.8 mm | D 31,8 mm | NL 25,4 mm | S 8 mm | SL 32 mm

Delivery time 1-2 days
EUR 100.71
incl. 19% VAT

Profilfräser & Formfräser HM

Profilfräser zur Kantenbearbeitung

Folgende Typen sind zur Kantenbearbeitung geeignet und mit Kugellager ausgestattet: Profilhohlkehlfräser (Cavettofräser), Karnisprofilfräser, Formfräser und Multiprofilfräser. Weiterhin sind vor allem Fräser mit römischen und klassischen Profil zum Kantenfräsen beliebt.

Formfräser Multiprofil mit Kugellager am Schaft

Für Fräsarbeiten, bei denen nur eine Führung "von oben" möglich ist.

Profilfräser zum Eintauchen

Auch Karnisprofile oder Nutenprofile können in die Oberfläche eines Werkstücks eingefräst werden. Diese Profilfräser sind ohne Kugellager. Auch hier kann die Fräsung mit einer handelsüblichen Oberfräse mit einer Schaftaufnahme von 8 mm geschehen.

Frequently asked questions about Decorative Moulding Cutter 8mm

  • 1. What to consider when buying a router bit?

    When choosing a router bit you should pay attention to the correct shaft diameter. In Europe 8 mm and 12 mm (metric shafts) are normal. In the USA or in the UK imperialsizes are more common, such as 1/4", 3/8"  and 1/2". At sautershop you will find the shaft diameters 12 mm, 8 mm, 6 mm and 3 mm. Our largest selection is for router bits with 8 mm shaft. For bigger jobs, 12 mm shaft router bits normally have a large cutting edge diameter (greater than 35 mm).

  • 2. Which materials can I machine with a router bit?

    With the classic Tungsten-Carbide Tipped bits (TCT), solid and natural woods, wood materials such as plywood, chipboard and MDF, plastics and acrylic can be processed.

    For abrasive materials, such as Corian®, Hi-Macs® or Staron®, there are special router bits that have a more resistant carbide on the cutting edges.

  • 3. What types of router bit are there?

    Hardly any other machine is as versatile as a router. For this reason, there is an innumerable selection of wood router bits - regardless of whether you want to mill a chamfer, a groove, a rounding, a tine joint or the most diverse contours. Below you will find a selection of different types of routers:

    • Slotter Bits: Most common router bit shape with straight cutting edges
    • Spiral Flute Router Bits): Flute milling cutter, manufactured from solid tungsten-carbide
    • Edge Processing Bits: rounding bits, chamfer bits, profile bits, edge moulding bits
    • Template Routing: Flush routing bits with ball bearing on the cutting edge or on the shaft.
    • Surface machining: Face milling cutter
    • Rebate Routing: Rebater router bits
    • Jointing: For milling tongue and groove joints, flat dowel joints
    • Other Router Bits: T-slot routing cutters, prong bits / burr cutters, chamfer cutters, V-slot router bit.
  • 4. Is it worth buying a router bit with replaceable blades?

    The initial purchase cost of a router bit with replaceable blades (also known as an rota-tip bit) is more expensive than a standard tungsten-carbide tipped. In the long term if a bit is used regularly and intensively, it will prove more economical, the blades can often be rotated 180° to give double the cutting life . replacement blades are relatively inexpensive.

  • 5. Which quality of router bit should I use?

    HW (TCT) stands for tungsten-carbide tipped), the cutting edges are a mixture of tungsten-carbide and cobalt.

    Application: For all areas of wood processing, including plate materials and plastics.

    Advantage: Clean resulst, long service life 

    VHW (solid Tungsten-carbide): Are normally a spiral router bits. Here the entire bit is made of solid tungsten-carbide.

    Application: For work where extremely fine cutting edges are required, otherwise the application is the same as for TCT router bits. 

    HSS: High speed steel

    Application: For work where extremely fine cutting edges are required: Ideal for soft wood, plastic and aluminium

    Advantage: Extremely clean edges in softer materials but, has a short service life 

    DIA refers to router bits with daimond coated edges

    Application: Generally for harder materials: chipboard, MDF, hardboard, laminates, veneers and mineral materials

    Advantage: Very long service life.

  • 6. What is the difference between a TCT bit and a solid tungsten-carbide cutter?

    A TCT router bit has a steel body with Tungsten-carbide cutting tips welded on. A solid tungsten-carbide bit has the blades milled into it, they are normally in a spiral form. They are often used with CNC routing machines, especially when large amounts of material needs to be removed.

  • 7. Can I use a groove cutting bit to drill a hole?

    In principle and groove cutting router bit can be used to drill a hole. They have downward facing blades allowing a drilling action. If you are intending to make several holes a 2 bladed bit is recommended

  • 8. Which speed is recommended?

    The correct speed to use is determined by the size of the router bit head


    Router Bit Head-Ø in mm
    Recommended Speed
    1,2 - 24
    28.000 rpm.
    25 – 30
    24.000 rpm.
    31 – 50
    18.000 rpm
    51 - 67
    16.000 rpm.
    68 - 86
    12.000 rpm.