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Onsrud V-Carving end mill 1 inch cut diamater Onsrud 1 Onsrud V-Carving 1 Onsrud V-Carving 1
Onsrud V-Carving end mill 1 inch cut diamater Onsrud 1 Onsrud V-Carving 1 Onsrud V-Carving 1
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1" Carbide Tipped Two Flute Straight 60° V Flute for V-Grooving or Beveling Edges for Wood
$32.95
Introduction:

This Onsrud End Mill features a 1" Carbide Tipped Two Flute Straight 60° V Flute for V-Grooving or beveling edges for wood. These are especially useful for sign-making and letter carving.

Description:

Cut Diameter: 1" Shank: 1/2"Cut Length .0856"Overall Length 3-1/2"

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