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    Default Carbide endmills 1/4" and 3/8"

    I bought a large quantity of endmills from a major company for what they said was scrap. Before seeing them I figured I could find some use for the carbide and I could always sell them again for scrap. I was surprised to see that many were hard to tell from new. I paid a laid off mold maker to sort them through with a magnifier into three piles-flawless-very slight visible-damage-un-usable. I am selling the flawless 1/4" four flute solid carbide for $1 ea, either flat or ball end. The 3/8" are also four flute but only flat end for $2 ea. The post office is out of small flat rate boxes for now and I think I can put them (if not too many) in a flat rate envelope. Figure shipping at $7. Please respond to my email address ([email protected]) I have only used paypay for buying, never selling so I'm not familiar with how that works, but maybe we can try it. If you email with your needs and shipping address, I won't wait to receive it before I send them to you until I get stung a time or two. I guess a guaranteed payment should be done for larger amounts. I'll throw some extra carbide into everyone's order, sharp, but slightly oddball stuff, like burrs or something.

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    Interested in some 1/4", but can you say how you'll protect them during shipping? Something needs to be done to prevent edge contact, like wrapping each in a layer of paper a turn or two, then taping them to some cardboard so they can't move.

    Also, are these bare, or coated? Stub or the typical 3/4" cutting length?

    Thanks!

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    Interested as well. Email sent.

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    I'm interested, email on the way.

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    Same here, email coming

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milland View Post
    Interested in some 1/4", but can you say how you'll protect them during shipping? Something needs to be done to prevent edge contact, like wrapping each in a layer of paper a turn or two, then taping them to some cardboard so they can't move.
    or simply get a $50 heat sealer.
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    Email on its way.
    Same question as above re protection. will u ship them loose or wrapped individually?

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    Email on the way.

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    Email sent for each size.
    Thanks, .. Gregg

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    Email sent for 5 of each please.

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    Email sent, thnx

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    You can order Flat rate boxes from USPS for free. They show up in 2-3 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluechipx View Post
    I bought a large quantity of endmills from a major company for what they said was scrap. Before seeing them I figured I could find some use for the carbide and I could always sell them again for scrap. I was surprised to see that many were hard to tell from new. I paid a laid off mold maker to sort them through with a magnifier into three piles-flawless-very slight visible-damage-un-usable. I am selling the flawless 1/4" four flute solid carbide for $1 ea, either flat or ball end. The 3/8" are also four flute but only flat end for $2 ea. The post office is out of small flat rate boxes for now and I think I can put them (if not too many) in a flat rate envelope. Figure shipping at $7. Please respond to my email address ([email protected]) I have only used paypay for buying, never selling so I'm not familiar with how that works, but maybe we can try it. If you email with your needs and shipping address, I won't wait to receive it before I send them to you until I get stung a time or two. I guess a guaranteed payment should be done for larger amounts. I'll throw some extra carbide into everyone's order, sharp, but slightly oddball stuff, like burrs or something.
    email sent,
    thank you

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    Email Sent
    Thanks
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    AS I stated before, I'll take 20 each. dmcgearsatyahoodotcom or pm.

    thanks.

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    Bluechipx, I've tried 3 times to email your address at comcast.net to buy a batch of both sizes, but each time my message has bounced. Do you have another address I can use?

    Perhaps you could PM me on this site with the address.
    Thanks,
    .. Gregg

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    Has anyone heard back from the OP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Attebery View Post
    Has anyone heard back from the OP?
    I have. I sent him payment via Paypal for a few of the endmills Monday morning,


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