Routing Novacryl Photopolymer PT Series
Routing Novacryl Photopolymer – NovAcryl PT Series Photopolymer is constructed with a clear PETG (Polyethylene Terephlalate Glycol) base. PETG is a thermoplastic and machines differently than other materials like Acrylic. The most notable difference is that PETG does not chip or shatter and requires a different routing bit, feed rates and spindle speeds when compared with other substrates.
We suggest using the 13000 Series Spiral “O” Belin Yvon S.C. Router Bit. For 1/8″ NovAcryl use Tool# 13317 – CED 1/8″, CEL 1/2″, SHK DIA 1/4″, OAL 1-1/2″ at RPM 18,000 with a Feed Rate of 140.
To place a bevel, we suggest using Belin Bevel 00182 CC05 QL.
he link to Belin’s website is www.belintools.com. The bits referenced can be located on page 5.