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Fly Cutter done today!

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jlsmithseven

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This is a cool little project that had a lot of little steps to it, but I completed it today. There is another small part that I don't have pictures of that holds the insert in place. Just thought you guys would like to see it! As well as my office space.:cool:

-What types of situations have you guys found is best for this type of cutter to be used? (those who have used it)
 

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You should be able to use it as a single flute face mill. I use one for fly cutting and creating ledges. With only a single insert it uses very little horsepower so you can take pretty good cuts with it. Nice job!
 

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So it's basically like a roughing endmill , for facing instead? Can I take .100 deep cuts with 1018 CRS with it?
 

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I don't think it will go 0.100". Maybe half that. Give it a try and see, Justin.
 
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