'noon all, Ive got to make 8 'corner pieces' (for want of a better description) they are 1"1/2 316 stainless bar, with the back cut out to cover a mitre joint in some 304 angle edging. I managed to part off 1 blank last night before my parting tool gave up the ghost (cheapo chinese screws have stripped ) I think Il get a carbide insert one from JB to replace it, but then I still have to remove the 'corner' from the inside of the bar blanks.
Any tips? This is the first stainless machining Ive done. I plan to use a reasonably sized (1") endmill to plunge a good chunk away, then 'refine' the corner with a smaller one. The inside bit doesnt have to look pretty, its inside and underneath, but Id rather not break any tools (or me) whilst making them.