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    Default Need help identifying this cutter body

    Can anyone tell me what body this is? 1 1/4" shank Thanksimg_2677.jpgimg_2678.jpg

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    1.25 INCH RIPPER MILL

    Awesome tool..

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    ok. I will try those. Thanks

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    Yes, I concur. Really a nice tool for 6061, free cutting and works very well in deep pockets.

    A little noisy but the higher RPM you can run the better they sound, we run a 1" at 15K and its a lot quieter. Hope you have a fully enclosed machine!

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    pretty sure that is a Mitsubishi BDX cutter, not a Korloy

    Mitsubishi Materials Web Catalog|Products|End Mills|BXD4_INCH

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    It's not a Korloy.
    Doesn't have the locating studs at opposing sides of the screw hole.
    Mits has never been successful against the Ripper Mill.
    Their inserts break across the screw hole at the feed rates we run.

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    That doesn't look like my Korloy Ripper / Pro X cutter body

    Ref Pro-X Mill for Aluminium | Milling Tools Supplier | Cutwel Ltd

    Even better - some pics of the cutter seat here https://www.cutwel.co.uk/FileDeposit...0Technical.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captdave View Post
    Yes, I concur. Really a nice tool for 6061, free cutting and works very well in deep pockets.

    A little noisy but the higher RPM you can run the better they sound, we run a 1" at 15K and its a lot quieter. Hope you have a fully enclosed machine!
    A little noisy? lol that's an understatement.
    I have the Mits style of that cutter, it's a beast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captdave View Post
    Hope you have a fully enclosed machine!
    Tell me about it, my mills only got 1.5 HP & 2800 rpm, ...but I can bury my 50mm Ripper in nylon acetal PTFE etc etc and still feed it like crazy, .......the problem is I need a back hoe to shovel the chips


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