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Old 06-12-2018, 06:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Just wondering where you all get your carbide inserts from, and who has the best price.
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Look in the Marketplace section of the forum and you'll find AZCarbide.
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Check out AZ Carbide -- also in Vendor Forums.

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Snap! Beat you by a few seconds. :)
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I got won some cutter from https://www.ncwoodturningtools.com/
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I am very happy with the cutters.
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Curly, duly noted. :)

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I have found the best quality for the price at Global Tooling and Supply.
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I used to use AZ Carbide, I am only stopped using them because I hardly ever use carbide any more. I have several family members that are machinists; they appear to use inserts that are "better" than what we typically buy (maybe at a higher cost). I just left a message for one of them and see what he has to say.
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I have started using AZ Carbides. They may not be the cheapest but their quality and service are great and they are a lot cheaper than most other cutters. Ron Campbell is dedicated to service and will discuss any problems and correct them (if they happen).
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