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CNC Milling an AR-15 lower from scratch.

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Uploaded on Nov 8, 2010

The first part of a series on milling my own AR-15 receiver from a billet of aluminum. I designed the receiver in Alibre Design and am using V-Carve Pro and Deskproto for the CAM.

The mill is a converted Seig X3 with a CNCFusion ball screw kit.

The tool used in this video is from Maritools and is a 3/8" 3 flute roughing end mill. It works great in the X3.

This video is a bit boring as it's mostly the machine doing it's thing. I try to do a little more editing in the follow on videos and have more description, and less machining.

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