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LMT Onsrud 60-250 LMT Onsrud 60-250 Solid Carbide Downcut Low Helix Finisher Cutting Tool, Inch, Uncoated (Bright) Finish, 10 Degree Helix, 3 Flutes, 3.5000" Overall Length, 0.5000" Cutting Diameter, 0.5000" Shank Diameter

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Designed for perfect balance and ultra smooth finish over a wide speed range. Use for Natural wood, plastic, composite plastic and solid surface.

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