I have used Precisebits. I like them because the bits are very good quality and they list all the required info for entering their bits into Vectric software. Sometimes that info seems hard to come by?
Check them out at http://precisebits.com
sharkcutup wrote:Just been to their site and the very first thing I had noticed is that they do not mention whether their end mills are up-cut or down-cut end mills.
4DThinker wrote:The reason I buy Onsrud bits is that in my experience that are always the size they claim they are. I've had bits from other manufacturers that came nowhere near the dimensions they claimed. 3/16" is .1875, but one 3/16" whiteside upcut end mill I had alway resulted in loose joints. I finally measured it and found it was .1904. That explained why tenons turned out smaller than expected, and mortises were larger than expected.
ger21 wrote:Another +1 for Drillman1. With small bits you can get good bits for very low prices.
But once you get to 3/8"-1/2" bits, I only buy high quality bits.
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