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Dave S30/06/2021 13:05:31
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Afternoon all,

Last night I had a proper crash moment and my favourite insert endmill (16mm dia) is now less endmilly and more scrap.
I still have a load of apkt inserts, so a new body is all I need.
Should be simple however the insert size is a mystery. The only insert box I have with no label is the apkt one...

My google-fu is weak today and I haven’t managed to find a chart with measurements that would allow me to determine what I have.

I think they are 1604, but it seems all the bodies in the size I use take 1003.

Can anyone tell me what I need to measure to know?

Dave

JasonB30/06/2021 13:16:02
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They come out about 1mm longer overall than their code number so 1003 will be approx 11mm lone and 1604 about 17mm long. Corner radius will have a slight affect on length so can't be exact, the 10 and 16 are the long edge measurements.

Edited By JasonB on 30/06/2021 13:17:34

Dave S30/06/2021 15:46:30
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Thanks.

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they must be 1003 then.

Dave

Oldiron30/06/2021 17:14:43
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Probably. You should measure across corners on one long edge not the diagonal as you show here.

regards

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