Short Reach Tool Kit
Short Reach Tool Kit
Retail Price: $280.00

Availability: Usually Ships in 24 to 48 Hours

We have put together a perfect starter toolkit for the Roland machines. The Short Reach Tool Kit can be used for most of your milling requirements on the Roland milling machines. These tools come pre-programmed in the SRP Player software for each of the machines. The sizes range from 1/8" to 1/32" so you are able to mill larger items as well as very small detailed items. Also available is the Long Reach Toolkit.

We include this kit for free with the purchase of a machine.
Request a quote for the equipment and it will be included as a free item.

Use with the Roland MDX-540SA, MDX-540S, MDX-540A, MDX-540, MDX-50, MDX-40A, MDX-40, SRM-20, MDX-20, MDX-15

These tools work for all the materials on the individual machines.

Included Items
Quantity 1 of each tool

1/8" Flat Short Reach Endmill
1/8" Ball Short Reach Endmill

1/16" Flat Short Reach Endmill
1/16" Ball Short Reach Endmill

1/32" Flat Short Reach Endmill
1/32" Ball Short Reach Endmill

In our Customer Learning Center we have a document that explains the anatomy of a tool and everything you need to know to get the most out of your tools and machine. The term ball and flat endmill, as well as short and long reach, are covered in this document. This toolkit will work to get you started and accomplish most projects, you can then learn more advanced techniques with the document that might lead you to purchase additional tools. We also have the long reach tool kit that has tools for cutting deeper into a workpiece, if your projects require very deep cutting then you might also consider getting one of these kits.

Included with each machine purchase and on the Customer Learning Center is a document that tells you where to buy additional tools direct. So once you need to purchase an additional tool you will be able to buy them individually direct from a major tool supplier.

We are often asked how long does tools last, there is so many factors it is not an easy question to answer. But as a general rule the tool you use most is the 1/8" tool so you will use a couple of these each year, the remaining tools really depends on how much you use them, the smallest tool is fragile and can be broken if dropped.