Because the chip is on the table, it has not brazed with a dent. When chatter occurs or the chip becomes smaller and used. . . If continuous cutting is done, heat may accumulate and chips may come off.
The brazed part is dirty, but we purchase it when there is discount. Although it feels like it seems likely to be a little cheaper in appearance. . . There is a time when it is uneasy that the apparent chip can be taken off at the end. Considering the time taken for the first sharpening, there is a sense of merit for the manufacturer's product.
The tip shape of the shank was distorted and the brazing work was not so good, so the tip was tilted. It was necessary to polish and modify a considerable amount before use. Considering the price difference, might it be better for high cuts? I feel it. I did not have any problem with my left hand purchased together.