Finishing kirksite & aluminum dies in our new Haas vm6's and we have picked up alot of new dijet tooling including a set of their mirror balls and and swing balls. Just want to make sure i am using the tools right, i am calling out my tool as an indexed ball mill with carbide as the tool tool material, my only issue is i have no way to be sure i am doing this right, is it assuming it is a solid carbide tool, or a steel tool with a carbide insert (in regards to tool deflection and torque limits). I mostly pose this question because you can get these tools in either a steel, or carbide body. If i where using the carbide indexable insert, in a carbide shank, should i just define it as a solid ball end mill? Something just doesn't feel right about that to me.