I'd like to make a bowl or hemispere shaped depression in a piece of
wood or maybe a piece of metal (aluminum or brass). I have never done
Is a router bit the only way to go or is there a bit for a drill press
(like the large hole bits for clock making) that I can get?
I do not do routing very well; so obviously I'd prefer a wood drill
bit, but I'd like to know in any case. All replies gratefully
Can you give me a general price range or point me to some urls/web
Depending on the size of the desired hollow, you can do so with a saw,
either radial or table, by turning the blade at an angle to the blade
path and taking very shallow (1/16) and repetitive cuts with just the
edge of the blade teeth. The size and angle of the blade determine
In that size range you may be able to grind a cheap spade bit to the
profile you need. Remove as much wood as possible first with a
forstner (or regular spade bit if the hole left by the pilot section
won't matter) This would definitely best be done in a drill press!
No dumb questions, just dumb answers.
Larry Wasserman - Baltimore, Maryland - email@example.com
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