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Plain Cutter: A milling cutter with cutting teeth on the periphery (circumference) only.
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Slabbing Cutter: A wide, plain milling cutter having helical teeth. Used for producing large, flat surfaces.
Side Cutter: A milling cutter that has cutting teeth on the side as well as on the periphery or circumference.
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Milling Cutter: A cutting tool, generally cylindrical in shape used on a milling machine and operated essentially like a circular saw.
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