Generaly, when cutting laminates or finished face materials, you will utilize a series of compression type tools to help prevent chip out of surfaces. Below I've listed a link to a general list of tools commonly used in a cabinet shop type setup.
Nested Based tooling packages:http://www.woodworkerswholesale.com/Nes ... s/1308.htm
Word of caution, if you plan to do a large amt. of plunge drilling, then you will want to use an up shear tool, not a compression tool. In the plunge drilling scenario, a compression type tool will build a large amt. of heat.
Regarding Flycutting, below I've listed another link to various insert flycut tools offered on Thermwood's site:
Flycut Tools:http://www.woodworkerswholesale.com/Sea ... =Flycutter
If you plan to use the Thermwood provided Flycut routine, then you will be limited to the 1.875" dia. tool. However, you can create your own program for using a larger dia. tool if necessary. Note: depending on type of tool holders on your machine, you may be limited to a 2" - 2.5" dia" tool.
The following are a couple email contacts for THM services:email@example.com
( Parts and Service )firstname.lastname@example.org
( Software and CNC programming support )