Is there a way to rough and finish a pocket function with two different sized cutters without recutting a bunch of air?
I made a pocket pass using a 1/2" mill to clear out the large portions of stock on this brick panel I am making 20 of right now. It leaves some areas that the 1/2" can't hit. I'd like to go back with a 1/4" and clear out those missed areas without having to recut everything the 1/2" already did.
I am making these 4 x 8 brick wall panels out of 3/8 mdf on my router right now.
I am using a 1/2" bit to rough out all the large areas, and then a 1/2 82 deg to do some of the detail work.
There are a few spots the 1/2" can't get into when roughing, so I'd like to run a 1/4" bit in to clean that out. the problem is that I can't figure out how to do it without recutting all the air the 1/2" has already cleaned out. Is there a rough and finish function that I don't see that allows you to run multiple bit sizes for efficiency? Or a mill remainder function that will pocket out areas that haven't been hit by another mill yet?