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  • Best ebay source for NOS end mills

    I am tired of Chinese end mills. I would like some NOS USA made cutters. Is there a good one stop shopping seller on eBay anyone would recommend ?

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    You might consider keeping your eyes on or maybe even posting a wanted ad over on PM's tooling for sale forum. Every once in awhile somebody buys out another shop and ends up with 5M of a cutting tool that theyll never use 5 of.
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    • #3
      I buy from dans_discount_tools, Cutting Edge Supply, you_cant_have_my_carbide and several others.

      I know of no "one stop shopping" vendor, but there's a couple who seem to get a lot of good name brand stuff for cheap money.

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      • #4
        I buy from toolyouup on ebay. He has tons of stuff. I got like 100 Lbs of end mills for 75 bucks. Well over 1500.00 retail in cutters.

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        • #5
          HGR always has groups of endmills and other cutting tools up for auction on Fleabay.
          Last edited by Rosco-P; 01-26-2015, 01:37 PM.

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          • #6
            If you get close a stop at HGR is acres of equip they know little of nothing about & will wheel & deal.
            I bought 318 new end mills off craiglist, almost all carbide for $150 & while there a 410 lee hand loader & never issued M44 rifle, ended up all for $250. The loader is worth $100+, the rifle about $500 so the end mills better than free. I'd run a wanted ad in the for sale tool section on craigslist as many old retied machinist out there.
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