We finally got around to making a ( what I consider ) real part. It's a timing cover plate for the Ford pulling tractor. There is a lot of stuff to buy or make. When you start off in the CNC machinist realm. I still consider my self a beginner and need to make a lot of fixtures. I can see down the road that we will have tons of fixtures and one off doodads. The chuck is barrowed off a indexer and we made the back plate. The finish is good but not perfect. Still need some more practice with Bob Cam. I thought it was going to make a finish pass on the pocket and it did. But just on the side wall. The recommend speeds are to slow for the cutters also. That will be a some thing I have to work out. The top of the cover was the same bad finish (speeds to slow). We reran the final pass and bumped the speed to 4000 rpm and .0125 cut. The face mill produced good finish. Just need to play with it some more and maybe we can get the lines out. I used peck milling to do the roughing.