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Need help with tool ID

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Do you recognize the make of this hollowing tool? I'm trying to find a replacement for the 1-cm hollow-grind cutter and would like to get the right one.
 

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It looks in the thumbnail like a Hunter carbide cutter, but when I enlarge the photo, it appears the inside of the cutter has a convex contour. Is this correct? A Hunter would have a concave inner contour. Mike offers a 10mm cutter. It may not be used in any current tool he sells, but probably was standard in a previous tool.
 
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Do you recognize the make of this hollowing tool? I'm trying to find a replacement for the 1-cm hollow-grind cutter and would like to get the right one.
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Kalia.....Shown above is an older Hunter #3, and I'd say that's what yours is, too. I have a habit of wrapping my tools with hockey tape, but what you can see, looks like a match.
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