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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxim View Post
    are these used? How sharp are they ? Country of origin?
    The company uses either Sandvik or OSG, they are used in a production job and changed after every part. I believe they are uesd to clear the way for a pricey diamond cutter of some sort in case of possible excess stock. When I sort them most appear unused and others are obviously chipped or dull, no in between. In my opinion they feel as sharp as a new cutter. Worst case scenario, use them for noncritical work like cutting through a welded area where it would be a shame to use a new one straight from the tube.

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    Paypal sent. Thanks!

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    IMPORTANT! Be sure to include your shipping address when paypal'ing. Here's my problem, someone pm's me saying what they want using their screen name, then I get a paypal from a totally different name, then I get an email from a sender using their company name for a third bit of confusion. If you don't recieve the mills in a short time it's probably due to me not having a clue as to who wants what. Everybody is eventually happy but the right info will really speed things up!

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    Paul P.
    John Z.
    John M. I need your shipping addresses
    Email to; [email protected]

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    This $1 deal won't be here forever, I'm trying to give a break to the small home shop type of buyers. I have tried packaging them in 35 cent plastic tubes and putting a small amount of them on an industrial tooling auction site and they brought over $100 for fifteen pcs. (I can provide a link) I can still sell them here for awhile because I have a couple thousand of them so consider yourself (temporarily) lucky!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluechipx View Post
    This $1 deal won't be here forever, I'm trying to give a break to the small home shop type of buyers. I have tried packaging them in 35 cent plastic tubes and putting a small amount of them on an industrial tooling auction site and they brought over $100 for fifteen pcs. (I can provide a link) I can still sell them here for awhile because I have a couple thousand of them so consider yourself (temporarily) lucky!
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    As a lucky recipient of Dixon's generosity, please allow me to attest first hand to this man's genuine desire to help those of us with a small shop. I for one am grateful for salt of the earth people like him. It's a breath of fresh air and renews one's faith in humanity... Thank you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluechipx View Post
    I recieved an order and $8 shipping to Canada awhile back and it costs me $50 to ship. I can do it but unless you inform me of a less pricey way, I'll need $50 for shipping, sorry.
    Is that the same with letter fixed rate(Bubble Envelope thing) from USPS? N5C3J5 postal code here. its usually like $20-30 for anything shipping here.

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    I'll take 40. Payment sent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluechipx View Post
    The company uses either Sandvik or OSG, they are used in a production job and changed after every part. I believe they are uesd to clear the way for a pricey diamond cutter of some sort in case of possible excess stock. When I sort them most appear unused and others are obviously chipped or dull, no in between. In my opinion they feel as sharp as a new cutter. Worst case scenario, use them for noncritical work like cutting through a welded area where it would be a shame to use a new one straight from the tube.
    That sounds great I just sent payment for some!

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    Ok I'm just going to say that Dixon is the real deal .I was severely injured on my job and takin out of my Trade. I had thanked him for the for giving us such a deal on these and mentioned that on a disability check you cant really buy good tools. He turned around and sent me a box of lathe and milling bits that he had spares or was not using good shit too. And it's the difference between me working in the garage or not. It was an awsome thing to do!

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    Paypal just sent. Much appreciated, Dixon.

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    $$$ coming for 30 pieces!

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    PM sent for $30 worth. Thanks!

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    Payment sent with shipping info for 12

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    Quote Originally Posted by BT Fabrication View Post
    Is that the same with letter fixed rate(Bubble Envelope thing) from USPS? N5C3J5 postal code here. its usually like $20-30 for anything shipping here.
    I can get over a hundred mills in a flat rate small box to semi justify the big shipping charge, even though the envelope is cheaper I don't think very many will make it in an envelope. I'm good with whatever you decide to do here, just let me know.

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    Thanks John M. for the address,
    I still need Paul P.
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    addresses

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    payment for a dozen outbound here shortly.
    thanks for taking care of PM members.. you could easily make 5X what you're asking on ebay or the like


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    Just emailed my address. I thought that was included somehow in the paypal transaction, sorry!

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    Just sent paypal for a dozen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BT Fabrication View Post
    Is that the same with letter fixed rate(Bubble Envelope thing) from USPS? N5C3J5 postal code here. its usually like $20-30 for anything shipping here.
    I just talked to the post office, 1.7 lbs can be shipped for $20, there are 16 endmills per lb. so maybe 25 mills might make it.


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