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    here is type of bit used for these....2 flute ballnose $5.95.
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    "2 flute ballnose $5.95" From which supplier? Thanks. Russ

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    http://discount-tools.com/mon-221.cfm

    price I listed was for .125 endmill.....sorry .25 2 flute $9

    as I live in Mexico these guys have the best cost/shipping prices for us.

    http://www.starkemillwork.com/moulding-catalog.htm on another note you can download dxf files of molding profiles from this link...today i had to do several small runs of a match for a friend and I found the profiles here.
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    Thanks for the helpful info. I ordered a few to try them out. So does .25 give plenty of detail? When would you go with a smaller bit?

    The Starke millwork links are an awesome resource. Thanks Jason

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    Gene,
    going to your link:
    http://www.starkemillwork.com/moulding-catalog.htm

    I could download the pdf but nothing in the pdfs was clickable or downloadable for me.

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    Jack,

    You have to download the sections pdfs. The numbers are clickable there. Hope that helps

    Jason

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    Hi Gene,
    The 3.175mm ball nose bit with only 5.95 dollars?..Its very low-cost..Oh my God, its very cheap.... Thanks for sharing Gene...
    I left woodwork due to office work.

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    Thanks to the "fairy godmother" for the file

    Cut from 1.75" thick cachimbo stock, rough .5 ballnose 80% stepover .65 deep 1:05 hrs, finish .25 ballnose 10% stepover .08 deep (.73 deep total) 4:15 hrs, cutout .5 sq endmill .125 depth each pass ( this wood is hard) 39 mins. Kitchen valance 13.5" x 87".
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    Is that carving applied or carved out of 1 piece?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsooter View Post
    small question but I just want to clarify. When carvers say ball nose bit, is that the same bit that you would use if you wanted to make flutes, also called a core box bit?

    Thanks Jason
    The ball nose most carvers refer to is rounded only at the tip and not up the sides of the bit as a core box might be. Here's an example from Centurion Tools: https://centuriontools.com/router_bi...d2=735&id3=769

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