The proper endmill shown is a Destiny Tool Viper (V33224S). The other endmill is from a different high-end name brand that we formally used with some success in the past, though we no longer use them."
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"The only real difference between the two cutters was their coating; the Viper was stealth coated while the other was ZrN coated. (not that it should make a difference at this conservative feedrate)"
In 2011 they created a subdivision called Nummech which is meant to specifically support non-industrial products and services. Through this brand they sell a number of parts and equipment made for camera components, paintball accessories, vehicle parts, lighting accessories, and others. They provide OEM products for several companies looking to maintain a foothold in US-based production.