Glenn, it appears that you are basically "climb milling" which yields a better finish due to the geometry of the cut "chip" (thinner on the trailing edge of the chip), as opposed to conventional milling (thicker on the trailing edge). Although the bearing provides depth control, isn't there still a slight tendency for the bit to want to grab as it exits the cut on the tip or edge?
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