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Aug 09, 2021

Sep 04, 2020 The less the flute number, the smoother the chip removal, and the more the flute number, the more precise the processing, the commonly used flat end milling cutter models are: 1/4″ 2-flute flat end mill. 1/8″ 2-flute flat end mill. 1/16″ 2-flute flat end mill. 1/32″ 2-flute flat end mill. 1/64″ 2-flute flat end mill

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