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    Default Re: How do you use polar interpolation

    with .15 lead in
    Have you indicated you tool, so you know its on center?

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    Hi @generaldisarray, thanks for your time in this. Sorry for the late reply I've been extremely busy (not a bad thing) and had to stop this project for now (about to restart it though) I've bought a 7mm cutter and have decided to plunge cut it. The tool is on centre too :/ I have come across a page in the manual looking for something else saying I will get better accuracy performing it as a sub routine dunno really what the difference would be but i will also try that for the experience. Thanks again for your time



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