ebay ...they are called
radius cutters ...or radius mills.
you may have to buy an arbour for some of them.
make sure its a 1" inch arbour
and the tool has one inmch hole in it ..
as these are the most plenty full and common
all the best.mark
The manufacturers of aluminium and upvc window frames use these to
cut industry-standard extrusions for individual orders. You might
be able to find a local manufacturer who'd run your pieces through
his router for beer money, if it's a one-off.
Alternatively, these people go out of business frequently. Keep a
look out for receivership auctions.
Hello Richard if you are only after a small radius on a reasonably
short run on aluminium I would think that trying one of the wood
routing cutters was worth a try, after all they are normally carbide
faced and even for the cheaper priced of one of these it's worth an
experiment. Cheers Colin
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