The .25mm TBN could get into all the "Fur" and details the 1mmTBN could not and just skimmed over....so Multiplier was off, and spindle didn't shut down till 9:55pm.
Left machine on all night, as when spindle shut off I was NOT getting out of bed to blurrily blow out/brush/and inspect the cut.
It had on close inspection those STUBBORN velvet like Fuzzies that so plague my "Wet Birch Wolves" Paper Birch 3D that need Exacto blade scraping to satisfactorily remove. PITA!
Trying a page from Ted's experience, and gave it a quick coat of Pine resin mix, and then parked spindle over it so fan during warm up routine will quicken fuzz drying.
Made a 3 hour 5% stepover file, and Nudged my Z-zero up .003" so I can creep up on exact skimming of the surface fuzzies.
Lots of stuff in shop to do for 3 hours at the moment....and thunderstorms at 2pm(?)
Hope this works!
OH...Did NOT get the effect wanted with .02" Allowance...it got rid of the 1mmTBN's ridge marks from 8%stepover...BUT I don't like the deep cut on the edge.
NEXT time.....Negative allowance on the 1mmTBN to stay well on the model edge, and THEN us a positive .02" Allowance on the .25mm