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Back-Door Cut: A cut behind the defender and toward the basket.
Fish-Hook Cut: A change-of-direction cut that takes the shape of a fish hook and is used as a pressure release.
Flycutter: A single-point cutter mounted on a bar in a flycutter holder or a flycutter arborused for special applications for which a milling cutter is not available.
Fade Cut: A cut used by an offensive player coming off a screen when the defender is is a sagging position.
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Formed Cutters: Milling cutters, which will produce shaped surfaces with a single cut are so designed that they may be sharpened without changing their outline or shape.
Free Cutting Steel: Bar stock containing a high percentage of sulfur making it very easy to machine.
Inside Cut: When the offensive player passes the ball to a teammate and cuts to the basket looking for a return pass.
Inserted-Tooth Cutter: A milling cutter designed with replaceable cutting tooth inserts to save the expense of a new cutter whenever the teeth become damaged or worn. Generally, they are made 6 inches or more in diameter.