I have a technique question about milling. Lets say I'm machining a rectangular pocket, or just an inside corner of an "L" in something. I'm coming along one wall, using conventional milling. When I get to the corner and touch the next wall, the end mill will want to flex sideways and dig in a little bit into the wall I just finished. This produces a small 'snipe' (a woodworking term, not sure if there is a metalworking specific equivalent) which looks a little fugly. I'm not sure if using climb milling will help or hurt. I think you just end up with a snipe in the next wall instead of the one you just finished. I have a small Clausing mill, which isn't the most rigid thing on the planet, and probably makes matters worse. I need to do something in stainless, and cosmetics are important. The stainless makes taking light cuts difficult, and the cosmetic issue means I really don't want a divot in the corner.
Any suggestions or tricks?