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Why do I sometimes get the lines across my model wax and another materials?
Last Updated: 09/19/2016

Lines come from the finish tool, since we are talking about jewelry milling I assume that you are using a conical tool.

Check you tool tip it might have been broken. If the tip is not not perfectly flat then it is broken.

So when the tool cuts across the wax surface it will leave lines.



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