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1/8" 4 Flute End Mill 1/8" shank 17mm cut length

Cut tougher material with this 1/8" cutting diameter end mill featuring four flutes. This is a spiral cutting end mill with a 1/8" shank that will fit on an 1/8" inch collet. The overall cutting length of the end mill is 17mm (approximately .6695 inches).


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