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Old 08-12-2019, 12:45:47 AM
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Does anyone still use reground end mills? Seems like most home machinists think they need brand new exact size and probably carbide to boot. I am old fashioned and see major advantages to regrinds and big savings on tooling prices.
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I use carbide myself but if you want to go that way there is no harm in it at all.
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For small cutters it makes no financial sense to re-grind them to most machine shops.
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