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To Place An Order Call:
1-800-SCHMIDT
800-724-6438
www.cggschmidt.com
A SCHMIDT SPECIALTY
CUSTOM CUTTING TOOLS
have always been a specialty of
Schmidt so we excel at understanding and servicing your unique
woodworking problem. Whether you work with a shaper, moulder, saw,
CNC router, planer or double end tenoner, we can provide the best tools to
get your job done right. The chart below describes the range of tools which
are available for various woodworking machines. Also shown is the range
of cutting tips which we can provide for each tool, depending on your
application. We strive to produce the best tools possible, If you don’t
see the tool you are looking for, please ask. We are constantly
improving our manufacturing methods to give you the best possible
cutting tool at the most economical price
DIAMOND
Can help reduce machine downtime
drastically.
Retains sharpness 100 to 300 times longer
than carbide.
Ideal for long runs where maintaining a
precise profile is required.
Cuts smoother than Carbide.
Must be used on power-fed operations.
Recommended for all types of wood and
is excellent on abrasive materials such as
MDF or plywood.
S-ALLOY
Recommended for most solid hard and
soft woods.
Holds a cutting edge longer, cuts smoother,
feeds with less resistance.
Can be sharpened to finer edge than
carbide.
Especially effective on cross-grain cutting.
Can be honed for longer wear between
sharpening.
Is sharpened with aluminum oxide or
borazon only.
TUNGSTEN CARBIDE
Recommended for hardboard, plywood,
chipboard, masonite and any other
glue-bonded materials.
Must be used for highly abrasive materials.
C-2 carbide used for most applications.
Better grades available when requirements
demand it.
• C-3 carbide, standard on our panel
raising cutters.
• C-4 carbide, standard on our insert tools.
TOOL STEELS
Can be ground to a super sharp cutting edge
for soft and hardwood applications.
Not recommended for cutting more abrasive
materials such as particle board, masonite, etc.
Hardened to Rockwell C60-62.
• M2 & M3 High Speed Steels,
the industry
standard for long life and easy grinding.
• XLW HP
(Speed Steel) for Xtra Long Wear.
- has similar characteristics to M-2.
- provides good wear life.
• T1 High Speed Steel
Rich in Tungsten, this
Alloy Steel has proven itself when it comes to
long runs and grinding ease. Available in
corrugated back knives, thin knives and
Terminus knives only.
• Schmidt Super Steel
A high quality steel
specially treated to produce an extraordinarily
hard surface that won’t chip, peel or flake.
50% longer run times in solid woods, than M2
HSS. Special order
MATERIALS USED IN TIPSOF CUSTOMCUTTING TOOLS
Diameter, thickness,
bore (spindle) size, RPM
and feedrate.
Specify S-Alloy or
Tungsten Carbide tips
Indicate type of wood or
material being cut
State whether cut is with
or across the grain
Include dimensioned
drawing or accurate
sample of material being
cut
Identify type of machine
and whether spindle
rotation is clockwise or
counterclockwise
Point out which surface
of wood is in contact
with shaper table
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HOW TO ORDER:
Please include the following
information when ordering:
SHAPER
TABLE
DEPTH
OF CUT
COUNTERCLOCKWISE
ROTATION
KNIFE
WIDTH
FACE
COMING
WOOD
Schmidt can make a variety of custom cutter
heads, all designed to meet your special needs.
TYPES OF TOOLS AND THE TYPE OF
MACHINES ON WHICH THEY CAN BE USED
Router
Bits
Wing
Cutters
Insert
Tooling
Corrugated
Back
Knives
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Routers Shapers Moulders Tenoners Planers
Diamond
S-Alloy
Tungsten Carbide
Tool Steel
CUSTOM TOOLS