Figure 7-27.--Metal slitting saw.
Figure 7-30.--Screw slotting cutter.
ANGLE CUTTER.--Angle cutters are used to
mill surfaces that are not at a right angle to the cutter
axis. You can use angle cutters for a variety of work,
such as milling V-grooves and dovetail ways. On
work such as dovetailing, where you cannot mount a
cutter in the usual manner on an arbor, you can mount
an angle cutter that has a threaded hole, or is
constructed like a shell end mill, on the end of a stub
or shell end mill arbor. When you select an angle
cutter for a job, you should specify the type, hand,
outside diameter, thickness, hole size, and angle.
Figure 7-28.--Slitting saw with side teeth.
There are two types of angle cutters-single and
has teeth cut at an oblique angle with one side at an
Figure 7-29.--Slitting saw with staggered teeth.
Figure 7-31.--Single-angle cutter.