Thanks for the advice on bits.
Although I’m still not entirely sure which to order out of the ones in the store.
I should point out that I am even new to routing, so I am not familiar bits at all, including the different types and terminology.
I will be mostly using the LowRider for Plywood, MDF, hardwood. Probably in that order, and I may try on aluminium or perspex at some stage.
From what I can see:
the straight bits might be better for MDF?
the curved ones better for Plywood?
Single flute better for something like aluminium? Dual for timber?
I assume the long and short depend on what thickness material I’m using, so long might be more general purpose?
Some say they are “great for slow feed rate and high RPM spindles”. Will my Lowrider/DeWalt be in this bracket?
You didn’t mention end mill ones, but they get recommended in the shop as a good general purpose. Are you saying you think I should get the NON-endmill ones?
One is labelled as down cut, which seems to give a better finish on the top surface, it says it is good for ply, would this be a good option?
Are the others therefore up cut?
Sorry for all the questions. I hate to be that guy. It’s only because I want to order the right stuff the first time. I have googled a bit, but the answers are generally written for people with more experience than me, and not specific to my situation.
thanks for any more help
here is a link to the sharp stuff in the store: