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If it's a smaller cut you can also run the finish toolpath twice. Once in climb and then conventional. They cut in opposite directions. Eliminates a lot of fuzzies.

Also, I have found out - the softer the wood, the sharper the bit has to be. Especially with pine and poplar. Aspen Vcarves nice, but not so good 3d. A good sharp bit eliminates a lot of fuzzies. Try the Spectras from I get mine sharpened (about $7) now, if they don't break, and probably change more frequently than needed. A smaller stepover helps a lot too.
I also learned some things here today. Thanks.
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