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H-M Supporter - Gold Member ($25)
- Nov 25, 2016
I'm going to make a table for my wife for the LR and since the mill came into the shop there's less room for my older woodworking tools like the router table, thickness planar and table saw. I'd like to move as many operations to the mill as I can as they seem trivial there (e.g. mortise/tenon fab and maybe even leg tapers). I'll be building this out of cherry and was curious if there's some tooling known to do low-tearout/nice surface finish work on wood? I'm pretty sure I'll want to go play with the belts and VFD to produce the highest safe spindle speed I can as that was not in the original design envelope of the electrical controller I made. But for tooling, any suggestions? At this point I'm thinking 4-6 flute end mills spinning as fast as I can get them to go. Thanks in advance.