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Check Your End Mill Before Using

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ddickey

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Or your nice part you spent so much time on could end up looking like this. thumbnail_IMG_20170716_130553897.jpg
 

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I made a part with a 1/4" end mill i had, and made the part strictly using math, and the dials. part came out oversized and I checked my math, and figured my dials just werent accurate. I measured the part touched off and was able to manually fix it. Later on I realized the end mill had been sharpened. measured .218" not .250". oops!
 

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I must of burned this one up and put it away instead of the junk bin.
 
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Need to have a talk with your machinist about this!:p
 
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