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, "radish1us" <radish1us@...>
> Sorry John, go check the photo albums and go to the third album
called Milling Cutters, OK
> the book is a few years old, but the names for the particular types
of cutters DO still apply.
> BTW---------UNI, universal
This is a good example of what I'm saying, just spent a whole 1/2
hour searhing for Uni Mills.
The only reference I can find is one by Sutton Toools, who also
printed your book.
Do a google on uni mills and you will see.
Now do a google on uni mills slot drills and uni mills end mills.
The only reference I found to that title was from Guhring who make a
4 flute end mill called a uni mill pro.
So Sutton has come up with Uni mill to define THEIR cutter, Guhring
has come up with Uni mill pro to define THEIR DIFFERENT cutter and no
one else uses this term.
No if you have more time to waste you could go search and find that
different major manufacturers call them even different titles.