Rotary saw bit for routing aluminium

will this work on cutting clean straight edges on aluminium and perspex in the router?
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On Wed, 30 Aug 2006 22:12:18 GMT, "The3rd Earl Of Derby"

No. The aluminium will clog it up and the perspex will be better but get bunged up with melted perspex.
Strangely, just used one on those items, but for ceramic they are MAGIC!
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EricP wrote:

Was looking at the trend range,they do a cutter for Ally
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The3rd Earl Of Derby wrote:

A TCT spiral up or down cut bit will cut ali. As will a TCT saw blade on a table saw.
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But wear safety gear - the chips come out fast and are hard!!
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The3rd Earl Of Derby wrote:

What type of aluminium are you intending to cut? There are several different hardness levels. The softer types are very difficult to machine with the bit you quote. Let the group know the type of ally and you may get a more definitive answer.
Dave
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