13 Best Slab & Plain Milling Cutters

List Updated March 2020

Bestselling Slab & Plain Milling Cutters in 2020


F&D Tool Company 10505-A116 Plain Milling Cutter, Light Duty, High Speed Steel, 2 1/2" Diameter, 1/4" Width of Face, 1" Hole Size

F&D Tool Company 10505-A116 Plain Milling Cutter, Light Duty, High Speed Steel, 2 1/2
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Plain Milling Cutter - Light Duty - High Speed Steel
  • Diameter: 2 1/2 - Width of Face: 1/4 - Hole Size: 1
  • Reccomended for light milling or finishing cuts
  • Made in USA

BAP400R-50-22 4 Flute Face End Mill Milling Cutter + 10pcs APMT1604 Inserts

BAP400R-50-22 4 Flute Face End Mill Milling Cutter + 10pcs APMT1604 Inserts
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Material: carbide alloy
  • Cutter diameter: approx. 50mm
  • Height: approx. 47mm
  • The color of wrench will be sent by random
  • Good impact resistance, high hardness

F&D Tool Company 10545-A169 Plain Milling Cutter, Light Duty, High Speed Steel, 3" Diameter, 4" Width of Face, 1 1/4" Hole Size

F&D Tool Company 10545-A169 Plain Milling Cutter, Light Duty, High Speed Steel, 3
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Plain Milling Cutter - Light Duty - High Speed Steel
  • Diameter: 3 - Width of Face: 4 - Hole Size: 1 1/4
  • Reccomended for light milling or finishing cuts
  • Made in USA

uxcell Woodworking 18mm x 60 Degree High Speed Steel Dovetail Milling Cutter

uxcell Woodworking 18mm x 60 Degree High Speed Steel Dovetail Milling Cutter
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Product Name : Dovetail Cutter;Material : HSS
  • Color : Silver Tone, Black;Shank Diameter : 12mm
  • Cutting Depth : 8mm;Cutting Diameter : 18mm
  • Angle : 60 Degree;Total Length : 63mm/ 2.5"
  • Net Weight : 53g;Package Content : 1 x Dovetail Cutter

F&D Tool Company 10571-A214 Plain Milling Cutter, Heavy Duty, High Speed Steel, 3" Diameter, 2" Width of Face, 1 1/4" Hole Size

F&D Tool Company 10571-A214 Plain Milling Cutter, Heavy Duty, High Speed Steel, 3
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Plain Milling Cutter - Heavy Duty - High Speed Steel
  • Diameter: 3 - Width of Face: 2 - Hole Size: 1 1/4
  • Excellent for heavy stock removal, regularly finished with a 45 degree L.H Spiral
  • Made in USA

F&D Tool Company 10567-A212 Plain Milling Cutter, Heavy Duty, High Speed Steel, 2.5" Diameter, 4" Width of Face, 1" Hole Size

F&D Tool Company 10567-A212 Plain Milling Cutter, Heavy Duty, High Speed Steel, 2.5
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Plain Milling Cutter - Heavy Duty - High Speed Steel
  • Diameter: 2 1/2 - Width of Face: 4 - Hole Size: 1
  • Excellent for heavy stock removal, regularly finished with a 45 degree L.H Spiral
  • Made in USA

F&D Tool Company 10565-A210 Plain Milling Cutter, Heavy Duty, High Speed Steel, 2 1/2" Diameter, 2" Width of Face, 1" Hole Size

F&D Tool Company 10565-A210 Plain Milling Cutter, Heavy Duty, High Speed Steel, 2 1/2
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Plain Milling Cutter - Heavy Duty - High Speed Steel
  • Diameter: 2 1/2 - Width of Face: 2 - Hole Size: 1
  • Excellent for heavy stock removal, regularly finished with a 45 degree L.H Spiral
  • Made in USA

F&D Tool Company 10559-A192 Plain Milling Cutter, Light Duty, High Speed Steel, 4" Diameter, 2" Width of Face, 1.25" Hole Size

F&D Tool Company 10559-A192 Plain Milling Cutter, Light Duty, High Speed Steel, 4
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Plain Milling Cutter - Light Duty - High Speed Steel
  • Diameter: 4 - Width of Face: 2 - Hole Size: 1 1/4
  • Reccomended for light milling or finishing cuts
  • Made in USA

F&D Tool Company 10553-A184 Plain Milling Cutter, Light Duty, High Speed Steel, 4" Diameter, 5/8" Width of Face, 1.25" Hole Size

F&D Tool Company 10553-A184 Plain Milling Cutter, Light Duty, High Speed Steel, 4
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Plain Milling Cutter - Light Duty - High Speed Steel
  • Diameter: 4 - Width of Face: 5/8 - Hole Size: 1 1/4
  • Reccomended for light milling or finishing cuts
  • Made in USA

F&D Tool Company 10538-A164 Plain Milling Cutter, Light Duty, High Speed Steel, 3" Diameter, 1.5" Width of Face, 1.25" Hole Size

F&D Tool Company 10538-A164 Plain Milling Cutter, Light Duty, High Speed Steel, 3
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Plain Milling Cutter - Light Duty - High Speed Steel
  • Diameter: 3 - Width of Face: 1 1/2 - Hole Size: 1 1/4
  • Reccomended for light milling or finishing cuts
  • Made in USA

F&D Tool Company 10531-A153 Plain Milling Cutter, Light Duty, High Speed Steel, 3" Diameter, 5/8" Width of Face, 1" Hole Size

F&D Tool Company 10531-A153 Plain Milling Cutter, Light Duty, High Speed Steel, 3
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Plain Milling Cutter - Light Duty - High Speed Steel
  • Diameter: 3 - Width of Face: 5/8 - Hole Size: 1
  • Reccomended for light milling or finishing cuts
  • Made in USA

F&D Tool Company 10524-A144 Plain Milling Cutter, Light Duty, High Speed Steel, 3" Diameter, 5/16" Width of Face, 1" Hole Size

F&D Tool Company 10524-A144 Plain Milling Cutter, Light Duty, High Speed Steel, 3
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Plain Milling Cutter - Light Duty - High Speed Steel
  • Diameter: 3 - Width of Face: 5/16 - Hole Size: 1
  • Reccomended for light milling or finishing cuts
  • Made in USA

F&D Tool Company 10518-A136 Plain Milling Cutter, Light Duty, High Speed Steel, 2 1/2" Diameter, 2 1/2" Width of Face, 1" Hole Size

F&D Tool Company 10518-A136 Plain Milling Cutter, Light Duty, High Speed Steel, 2 1/2
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Plain Milling Cutter - Light Duty - High Speed Steel
  • Diameter: 2 1/2 - Width of Face: 2 1/2 - Hole Size: 1
  • Reccomended for light milling or finishing cuts
  • Made in USA

Wild Bird Rehabilitation in Millington, New Jersey: The Raptor Trust Saves Lives

A New Jersey park ranger saves a black vulture from a demolition site and learns about The Raptor Trust in the process.

When a Central New Jersey park ranger, Kelly Cole, discovered a newly hatched black vulture in a dilapidated old house, she knew she had to act quickly. The home was on park property and slated for destruction in a matter of days. Kelly had always been an animal lover and was determined to protect this little ball of yellow fluff at any cost. The year was 1986. Black vultures had rarely been seen in New Jersey at all, let alone so far North. Kelly was seriously considering taking the bird home and raising him herself when a friend put her in touch with a Millington, New Jersey, facility known as The Raptor Trust. She packed the little guy into her truck, and with the windows shut tight and the heat on, she took the 2 hour ride to the North Jersey rehabilitation center.

Riding in a hot truck, windows closed, with an animal who lives on carcasses is no small feat. It was a true testimony to one woman's love for wildlife. The smell was atrocious. When Kelly arrived at the Raptor Trust she would be greeted by a rambunctious and amiable man named Len Soucy. Len is the director and founder of the trust. Up until 1982, he and his wife, Diane, and son, Chris, had funded and run the entire operation on their own. They had been working tirelessly since 1968 saving injured, orphaned and displaced raptors (and other birds as well) in their own backyard. By the time Kelly arrived in 1986, Len and his family had established The Raptor Trust, and there were hundreds of birds being cared for by the Soucy's and a handful of volunteers.

Kelly had named the the little hatchling on the ride. He was Irving. Len liked the idea, saying that he reminded him of his old friend of the same name. Len didn't seem to mind Irving's potent aroma either, and that fact alone warmed Kelly's heart. She immediately knew that bringing Irving to this energetic and remarkable man was the right thing to do. He and his team would do everything in their power to help the baby bird to survive.

Len took Kelly on a tour of the facility showing her aviaries and cages of recuperating and orphaned birds. The main goal for all of the birds was a release back into the wild, but there were some who were not able to make that journey home, and so they were lovingly cared for by The Raptor Trust for life. Among the birds were hawks, falcons, owls, eagles and non-raptors as well. If a bird was in need, it was welcomed.

That was 25 years ago. Since that time, the Raptor Trust has become one of the most respected, non-profit wild bird rehab centers in the US, even containing its own avian hospital. It is located on 16 acres in beautiful Morris County in Northern New Jersey and is open to the public year round,seven days a week from dawn to dusk. There is no fee to visit the birds, but there are donation boxes available, and a small $2.00 donation is appreciated - although you'll probably be inclined to give more when you get to know the facility and understand its mission:

-to help birds

-to educate the public about these birds

-to set an example of compassion for society

Over the past two decades, Kelly has made the trip to Millington a couple times delivering more injured birds and always stopping to see Irving. Irving had never been able to be released because he was too tame, having been hand fed his entire life. He seemed happy though, and according to all, he had quite the attitude. On one of Kelly's visits, Len told her that Irving had stolen a child's sneaker and dragged it into his cage. The child had been warned to stay away, and he never did get his shoe back. But all's fair in the raptor world.

It's 2020 now. It has been at least 10 years since Ranger Cole's last trip to The Raptor Trust. Yesterday, she decided to go again to see the birds and to take some photos. She knew that the visit might be bittersweet. Afterall, Irving had most likely passed by now. But there would be other inspirational stories and beautiful animals to make her happy. So she journeyed up North once again to spend the day at the center. After taking photos of hawks and owls and ravens, Kelly ran into one of the staff.

"Do you know if Irving the vulture is still here?" she asked, thinking she already knew the answer.

"Yes", she said, "I believe he is."

Kelly was incredulous. She couldn't believe that Irving would have made it to the age of 25. What a happy reunion. She found his cage, and there he was, looking very much like a spring chicken. There was her handsome little man living happily with two turkey vultures. He flew towards her let out a loud "woof" as if he remembered Kelly from all those years ago. At least, that's what she chose to believe. He hadn't aged a bit. His benefactor, Len Soucy, hadn't aged either. He looked to Kelly just the same as he had years earlier, still feisty and still racing around the grounds. Maybe there's something in the air in Morris County that slows down the aging process. Or maybe it's the passion, the love and the dedication of this wonderful group of people that keep this place energized. I think I'll stick to the latter.

Irving could still have many happy years left; all thanks to the selfless care of the The Raptor Trust. This is an organization truly worth supporting. If you haven't done so already, make a visit to the website at www.theraptortrust.org, go see them on FaceBook, or better yet, make the trip up to Millington. Spending the day with these magnificent creatures is truly a life changing experience. And don't forget to stop by and say hello to Irving - just don't get too close, or you may lose a shoe.

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