Save $20 on a C2-125-125K carbide engraving cutter - Now Free
You’ll love the easy versatility of our C2-125-125K engraving cutter, a $20 value, now Free with the purchase of at least $50 worth of custom-cut pieces of Scott-Ply™, Scott-Grave® or Scott-Spectrum® engraving plastic. Made of solid carbide, it’s truly a cut above.
C2-125-125K engraving cutters offer the unique cutting flexibility of Scott Omni-Grind™ geometry, sharpened to the perfect relief angle for clean-edged, swirl-free lettering in all engraving plastics. Equally efficient on a wide range of engraving machines and speeds, these cutters lead the way in durability and reliability.
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From Top to Bottom - Our C2-125-125K Engraving Cutter
Engraving cutter specifications:
Cost: $20 – Now free with a $50 purchase of custom-cut plastics
Length: 4 1/2"
Tip Width: 0.125"
Material and Geometry: Precision-ground solid micrograin carbide (not simply carbide "tipped")
Application: Perfect for creating 1” single-line lettering or 2" multi-line or TrueType, which makes it well-matched for profiling or engraving larger signs viewed from a distance.
The Profile of a Superior Cutter
Featuring our unique Omni-Grind™ cutting-tip geometry, the C2-125-125K cutter is designed with parallel sides for smooth profiling and engraving, as shown on the bezels and tags displayed here. This special cutting technology helps create clean edging, no matter the cutting speed or style of machine.
What makes Scott Omni-Grind™ cutter geometry such an innovation?
Through this unique cutter-tip geometry, cutters like the C2-125-125K perform equally well across the full spectrum of engraving plastics, machines and speeds. Thus, there’s no need for multiple cutters and the resulting “cutter clutter.”
Which is the better choice…solid carbide or carbide "tipped" cutters?
A solid carbide engraving cutter, like the C2-125-125K, is a far better option because the rod is made of extra-tough, non-bendable carbide. With a typical steel-shank cutter, the set-screw that holds the cutter in the engraving machine spindle knob will eventually mar its surface, creating difficulty when sliding the cutter into and out of the spindle. The standard steel cutter can also develop light rust if left unused in a drawer for a period of time. A solid carbide cutter will never present these types of problems.
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Scott Machine has, for more than 57 years, created quality products from our factory in upstate New York. That sense of American manufacturing pride permeates everything we supply, from custom plastics, to replacement cutters, spare parts and technical savvy. Get your products straight from the source – factory direct. Email us anytime, with your custom cutter specs and quantities, for a prompt and fair price quote.
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