Wife found one on Homedepot, it was pine garbage. So I sketched it up, and made it out of solid maple.
- Roundover bits exist for cnc. I bought one after trying to round over the edges with a palm router. Not enough surface area.
- Need a new way to remove this much wood. .75" deep x 20" tall took a LOT of passes and about 7 hours just to hollow it.
- Still cant figure out speeds and feeds etc. .1" pass depth at 40IPM 16000 rpm. Not sure if I should be pushing it harder. Seems super conservative.
Question… with a compression bit (which I love the idea of) it says you need to get past the upcut part and in to the downcut part to get the benefit. thats at 1/4" So I should be doing a 3/8" pass on a 1/4" compression bit? just slow it way down?