Did you ever see Steve Martin in Father of the Bride lose it in the grocery store because hot dogs come in packs of ten and hot dog buns come in packs of eight? Same thing with carbide inserts for milling tools. They come in packs of ten while the cutters have 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or more teeth, but rarely exactly 10. So you end up with lots of used insert packs on the workbench with differing number of inserts.
Some repackage the inserts into one per tray for vending machines. Not a very efficient or cost effective solution. What if you could repackage the inserts to match the milling cutter? The image on the right has four inserts to match the cutter on the left, plus four replacement screws (you put them in every other or every third tray as a good practice) and dollop of anti-seize compound in the upper left square.
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