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    Default Sandvik Coromill carbide body and screw tip lot

    Sandvik Coromill Carbide Screw Tip Lot.

    1pc AE25-A32-CE-085 with wrench

    4pcs A316-25SM550-10015P 1030

    5pcs 316-25BM440- 250DG 1030

    10pcs A316-25SM550-10047P 1030

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    I can ship ups or usps cost covered by buyer.
    Paypal +3% or cash/check is ok too

    Asking $1800 obo

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    Reduce price to $1650

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    That's not a carbide body. That is what Sandvik calls "heavy metal". You can cut it with a saw blade. Very good for vibration dampening.

    Paul

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    I don't think so. Aside from the fact that the seller probably knows what he has judging by his length of time here, those are pretty clearly brazed together two-piece shafts. That strongly suggests a tungsten carbide shank with a steel head. The heavy metal (DensiMet, is it?) units should be one solid piece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eKretz View Post
    I don't think so. Aside from the fact that the seller probably knows what he has judging by his length of time here, those are pretty clearly brazed together two-piece shafts. That strongly suggests a tungsten carbide shank with a steel head. The heavy metal (DensiMet, is it?) units should be one solid piece.
    Ya..what he said.
    Maybe add.. Google the part number?


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